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eJournal: uffmm.org

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

HISTORY OF CHANGES

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CONTENT

This blog contains since July 2019  four main threads: a philosophy of science (PoS) point of view embedded in the Philosophy Lab section, a reviewing section to support a  controlled exchange with important science positions, a theoretical engineering thread dealing with the paradigm of Actor-Actor Interaction (AAI), and a more practical thread dealing with the usage of the python programming language from scratch.

Although these threads started in the past somehow independent,  the work with the theoretical engineering AAI section triggered an increasing interaction between the engineering and all the other mentioned sections. The philosophy lab section deals with the meta-reflexion about the engineering approach and the relationship of the engineering approach with all the other empirical sciences. 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. And last but not least   when you want to apply the    AAI theory in the real world you will need some computational assistance. Then You have to decide, which kind of an programming tool you will use for this. And then there is the option to use python.  The main author of this blog decided some day in the past (although he didn’t like python for years) to use python. Learn python to understand why (and indeed we started an initiative for an open source web-platform with the python web-framework django. During the next months this web-platform should be operational).

To understand what these  threads are all about go and click the following links:

  1. PHILOSOPHY LAB

  2. REVIEWS

  3. AAI PARADIGM (HCI -> HMI -> AAI)

  4. PYTHON CO-LEARNING

HISTORY OF CHANGES

Change: May 12, 2019 (Turning AAI into ACI)

Change: May 21, 2019 (Returning ACI to AAI…)

Change: June 18, 2019 (Extending the main topics with the subject ‘Reviewing’)

Change: July 13, 2019 (Reorganizing the overall uffmm-layout by a new topic)