From HCI to AAI. Some Bits of History

Version April-19, 2018
Draft Version
eJournal: uffmm.org, ISSN 2567-6458
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Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch
Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences (FRA-UAS)
Email: doeben@fb2.fra-uas.de
Email: gerd@doeben-henisch.de

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CONTENTS
  1. User Centered, Engineering, Learning
  2. Guides into HCI-History
  3. Vision
  4. Interfacing the Machine
    1. Grace Murray Hopper
    2. More Interfacing .
    3. Licklider
    4. Personal Workstations
    5. Networks
    6. New HCI
    7. Resume
  5. Bridging the Physical-Mental Gap
    1. Norman – 1986 .
    2. Engelbart – 1962/3
    3. Johnson-Laird – 1980/2010
    4. Kieras et.al – 1984
    5. Rasmussen – 1987/90 .
    6. Cañas et.al. 2001
  6. Conclusion (Preliminary)
  7. References
Abstract

The Actor-Actor Interaction (AAI) paradigm as published on the website https://www.uffmm.org/2017/07/27/ uffmm-restart-as-scientific-workplace/ has many roots in the history. In this text some of these roots will be presented. The actual text covers the time span from about 1945 until about 2000, and it is not exhaustive. The main focus are not the details of the history but rather the ’big ideas’ which have laid the ground for the actual AAI paradigm.

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