Overall strength gain (as opposed to strength gain in a few specific exercises).
No, too much intensity too often for the same movements and since you train 3 lifts per day it would be WAY TOO MUCH (3 lifts as a continuous ramp is really like doing 6-9 lifts).
Only one "pattern" per day and for only 3, maybe 4 weeks.
The first one doesn't work... dips is not a bench... a continuous ramp involves the same movement pattern/base lift... a better option would be incline / flat / decline.
The pull-up one might not be the best option because it's hard to use an external load AND the chest supported row is not the same exercise/pattern as the first two... if you were dead set on using chin-ups it would be: pronated/supinated/neutral.
The carry doesn't work either since its not the same implement. The continuous ramp is basically doing the same basic pattern but when you reach your max on one lift you change it SLIGHTLY to allow yourself to be able to continue to add weight; you don't switch to something completely different.