AAI V3 FRONTPAGE

eJournal: uffmm.org,
ISSN 2567-6458, 12.May 2019
Email: info@uffmm.org
Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch
Email: gerd@doeben-henisch.de

Change: May 20, 2019 (Stopping Circulating Acronyms :-))

Change: May 21,  2019 (Adding the Slavery-Empowerment topic)

Change: May 26, 2019 (Improving the general introduction of this first page)

 

OBJECTIVE

This text describes the general procedure how engineers turn a problem into a functioning solution. Usually known under the label of Systems Engineering (SE) the focus in this text is on the first phase of this process where some experts try to analyse a given problem with a first vision of a possible solution to enable a complete solution. This analysis centers around the interaction between different kinds of executive actors (eA) which have to do the job and different kinds of assistive actors (aA) which shall support the executive actors. Historically these interactions have been analyzed under headings like Humanc-Computer Interaction (HCI) or Human-Machine Interaction (HMI). It is due to the developments during the beginning of the 21st century that the author of this text recently has introduced the wording Actor-Actor Interaction (AAI) to cope with the explosion of different kinds of actors on the side of the executive as well as assistive actors. As a consequence the nature of the interactions changed as well.These changes induced a  general re-writing of the traditional HCI/ HMI subject which is not yet finished.

HISTORY OF THIS TEXT

After a previous post of the new AAI approach I started the first  re-formulation of the general framework of  the AAI theory, which later has been replaced by a more advanced AAI version V2. But even this version became a change candidate and mutated to the   Actor-Cognition Interaction (ACI) paradigm, which still was not the endpoint. Then new arguments grew up to talk rather from the Augmented Collective Intelligence (ACI). Because even this view on the subject can  change again I stopped following the different aspects of the general Actor-Actor Interaction paradigm and decided to keep the general AAI paradigm as the main attractor capable of several more specialized readings.

Change: June 18, 2019 (Returning to the PDF-approach: one coherent pdf-document, which will be updated as a whole… the network of posts is too confusing)

ACTOR ACTOR INTERACTION [AAI]. Version: June 17, 2019 – V.7: aaicourse-17june2019-incomplete

Change: June 19, 2019 (Update  to version 8; chapter 5 has been rewritten completely).

ACTOR ACTOR INTERACTION [AAI]. Version: June 19, 2019 – V.8: aaicourse-june 19-2019-v8-incomplete

Change: June 19, 2019 (Update to version 8.1; minor corrections in chapter 5)

ACTOR ACTOR INTERACTION [AAI]. Version: June 19, 2019 – V.8.1: aaicourse-june19-2019-v8.1-incomplete

Change: June 23, 2019 (Update to version 9; adding chapter 6 (Dynamic AS) and chapter 7 (Example of dynamic AS with two actors)

ACTOR ACTOR INTERACTION [AAI]. Version: June 23, 2019 – V.9: aaicourse-June-23-2019-V9-incomplete

Change: June 25, 2019 (Update to version 9.1; minor corrections in chapters 1+2)

ACTOR ACTOR INTERACTION [AAI]. Version: June 25, 2019 – V.9.1aaicourse-June25-2019-V9-1-incomplete