In practice, both of these approaches are overkill and will lead to you not finishing your story. The latter is particularly suspect as character interactions should lean more heavily on the art and talent of the writer to bring the Audience in, rather than a mechanical interpretation of function.
At that level, you’re getting so close to the Audience that you’re better off intuiting structure as its already so blended and skewed.
I’m purposefully leaving out aspects of Dramatica that I’ve found to be hinderances to the creative process. What is in there is everything I’ve found useful during my years of coaching and consulting with all kinds of writers.
Attaching Storypoints other than those specific to the flow of sequencing (Signposts, PSR) is also a distraction. You end up trying to make sure you cover all these bases, when in reality—if you follow that sequencing and balance it with your own writer’s Intuition of the premise—you’ll end up with an amazing story.