Any visual map (TAB, notation) of an almost exclusively auditory process (music) will be hugely lacking in information about the thing it represents. That map will always leave out far more information than it provides because of the inherent limitations of translating sounds into visual representations.
That's the reason that all forms of notation can easily become cumbersome. A simple event in the realm of sound requires a huge amount of visual symbols to even begin to vaguely represent what actually occured.
Ever tried to describe feelings you're having using words. Words never quite get it right. It's the same type of 'mapping across' problem.
(I'm sorry but my mind always drifts toward making these sorts of connections. I can't help it.)
Certainty is a feeling...not a fact.