eJournal: uffmm.org

ISSN 2567-6458, 11.April 2019 – 3.March 2021
Email: info@uffmm.org
Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch
Email: gerd@doeben-henisch.de


This blog contains after some changes since Nov 2019 now the following  main threads:  an Engineering Management section, a theoretical engineering thread dealing with the paradigm of Distributed Actor-Actor Interaction [DAAI] (usually called HCI or HMI or MMI),  a reviewing section to support a  controlled exchange with important science positions, a case study section illustrating the  application of DAAI  in different settings,  a more practical thread dealing with the usage of the python programming language from scratch used for the DAAI   applications, and finally a server case showing how we use the application software on a server platform with a python based web-framework (actually ‘Django’).

Although these threads started in the past somehow independent, there exist certain relationships:  the work with the theoretical engineering DAAI section triggered an increasing interaction between the engineering and all the other mentioned sections.  The different examples from different fields called for a coherent  place to describe these as Case Studies. The reviewing section has migrated from a philosophy blog written in German to enhance the theoretical considerations by making explicit which theoretical positions have influenced this uffmm blog. When you want to apply the    DAAI  theory in the real world you will need some computational assistance. Thus we started to develop a software called ‘oksimo’, which has been used in a first experimental version by our students the first time since  Jan 3, 2021, but the development continues.

To find more details  go and click the following links:

  1. ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT (Last change: Febr 18, 2021)
  2. DAAI PARADIGM (HCI -> HMI -> AAI -> DAAI) (Last change: Jan-18, 2020)
  3. REVIEWS (Last change: December 1, 2020)
  4. CASE STUDIES (Last change: March 3,  2021)
  5. PYTHON CO-LEARNING (Last change: October 21, 2020)
  6. PYTHON-WEB SERVER (Django) (Last change: Jan 8, 2021)