Human orientation (HO), a new paradigm

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In Information Sciences the actual trend is to unify informationscientific terms. Also the experiences of the US-army results of HFE (Human Factors and Ergonomics) should be brought to an useful civil level. HO of IT tries this on a scientific level.

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  • D QHZ SDUDGLJP" First proposal - worldwide Begin: September 2009 Last walk through: 4. Mai 2010 )UDQ] 3ORFKEHUJHU Scientist in Theoretical Informatics Stumpergasse 6/19 AT-1060 Wien +43(0)19525148 +43(0)69918118174 plbg@chello.at www.plbg.ch Copyright is given in case of scientific citation (author, book and year) only; in all other cases a personal allowing from author is necessary.
  • Copyright F. Plochberger, Human orientation (HO), a new paradigm? Page 2 of 15 &RQWHQW $EVWUDFW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB .H :RUGV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 3DUDGLJPV RI ,7 LQ UHWURVSHFW BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 3.1. Legacy paradigms in IT _____________________________________________ 4 3.2. The paradigm of Object-Orientation___________________________________ 4 :K HYHQ D QHZ SDUDGLJP" BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB :KDW VKRXOG UHPDLQ" BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 5.1. Legacy formal IT-systems for simple, equal remaining and much repeating orders __ 6 :KLFK HUURUV VKDOO GLVDSSHDUBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 6.1. Incompatibility___________________________________________________ 7 6.2. Performance problems of actual OO software____________________________ 8 6.3. User-indifference of legacy IT-systems__________________________________ 9 *HQHUDO JRDO RI +2 BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB )LUVW VLQJOH WHUPV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 8.1. Paradigm ______________________________________________________ 11 8.2. General organization and structuring of HO ____________________________ 12 7KH DXWKRU DV IDWKHU LQYHQWRU RU QRPLQDWRU RI +2BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB 6RXUFHV RI OLWHUDWXUH BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB
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  • Copyright F. Plochberger, Human orientation (HO), a new paradigm? Page 4 of 15 3DUDGLJPV RI ,7 LQ UHWURVSHFW /HJDF SDUDGLJPV LQ ,7 The word SDUDGLJP (= way of thinking, model or a thought system) appeared in IT at about 1990 in connection with actual valid and mainly used Object-Orientation (OO). In the years before no unified ways of thinking in direction methods of design and development had been made. The explicit marking in the word VRIWZDUHFULVLV in the 90th of 20th century was a significant indication of this deficit. If we go more back in time, till the 40th, as the first full automated computers where created, we come to . =86( (1910-1995). He has created in 1941 the first programmable computer. Unconnected but at same time -RKQ YRQ 1(80$11 (1903-1957) developed the theoretical concept of a computer. In his postulation of storage ability of data and programs he defined the realistic fundaments of programmability of machines. This new DELOLW RI FRQWUROOHG VWRUDJH FRQQHFWHG ZLWK DELOLW RI DGGUHVVLQJ was a main guideline of software and computer design till OO. Stored data where separated practically and functionally in working-data (input-output data) and programs (genuine control-data). So with some courage if we look back from now - we can summarize this time as time with a VWRUDJHRULHQWHG SDUDGLJP. 7KH SDUDGLJP RI 2EMHFW2ULHQWDWLRQ The immense growth of the technical development and acceptance of IT in the 70th of the last century made it necessary to think about systematic structures on this new market. Scientists started to develop human ways of thinking to overcome the software crisis. Out of philosophy the terminus object became even a new element in software-planning and defined the latest style in software-design and development the OO. In connection with the new logical design method around UML (Unified Modeling Language) accordingto *%22&+, ,-$&2%621 and -580%$8*+ the definite finish was reached at about 1990 even by a new software development tool in this style. Software development became as VWDQGDUG VL]HG GLVFLSOLQH RI (QJLQHHULQJ 6FLHQFHV Its a fact that the leadinginterests of information scientists could not take care of more environmental and broad facts around the computer. Now follow ups in the whole human society have to be researched. There are no borders in genuine technical realizations; the QHZ ERUGHUV VHHP WR EH WKH KXPDQ SURSHUWLHV RQO.
  • Copyright F. Plochberger, Human orientation (HO), a new paradigm? Page 5 of 15 :K HYHQ D QHZ SDUDGLJP" The new way of thinkingin paradigms in OO brought this new possibility of thinking between philosophy and software design. A new group of information scientists was built the WKHRUHWLFDO LQIRUPDWLRQ VFLHQWLVWV (infologists). Many theoretical information scientists are genuine mathematicians but this new group thinks about all involved branches of science and these are a lot. Its almost a duty to start new ways of thinkingrepresentatively and powerful on this logical level. This level is found now, so why dont we use it? The actual question is now: Are there real reasons for a new paradigm or do we search an own new profile only? My personal meaningis that we need agenuine advantage out of it. So all till now known weak points or even errors in development of software and hardware have to be pointed out and made better. The great goals of this new paradigm have to be: take care on human borders, take care on different time-measurements on human and computers side take care on human psychical and physical needs (long termed) keep humans free from stress and pressure make humans more able to control the computer - as they need this machine dont allow non human behavior in life and at work Legacy known areas as humans-machine-interfaces or especially humans-computer-interfaces are known in single points. A very modern keyword of IT in the years 2008, 2009 is 1DWXUDO 8VHU ,QWHUIDFH 18,
  • . The connection human being - as living organism with mind and body - and the every where existing computer has to be researched as the whole. We cant allow that humans change themselves more than they can do it - biologically and psychically. Bordersof humans have to be researched (1). Software-development in the planning-phase und partial realisation is immaterial and therefore very easy changeable. Nearly no problem of working- or living-world is unsolvable. The variability of soft- and hardware makes nearly always a solution possible. A realization is only a question of will to work, of enough time and enough environmental resources and money. Where are the bordersof IT? Besides of fitting soft- and hardware (which change both very fast) remain the DPRXQW RI ZRUN GDWD DQG WKH LQYROYHG LQIRUPDWLRQ LWVHOI 'DWD is separated in input and output data for the computer and in data which has to be transformed in information (the genuine goal). ,QIRUPDWLRQ LQ P ODWHVW VFLHQWLILF PHDQLQJ FDQ RQO EH ZRUNHG WKURXJK E KXPDQ EHLQJV 7KHUHIRUH KXPDQ EHLQJV DQG DOO RWKHU IRUPV RI OLIH DUH DW OHDVW WKH ODVW ERUGHUV RI LQIRUPDWLRQ KDQGOLQJ (1)
  • Copyright F. Plochberger, Human orientation (HO), a new paradigm? Page 6 of 15 So it makes sense for the future of IT to take care on the theme KXPDQ EHLQJ DQG LQIRUPDWLRQ in a deeper way and to develop aparadigm out of this. This work may be worldwide aclear sign in this direction! :KDW VKRXOG UHPDLQ" /HJDF IRUPDO ,7VVWHPV IRU VLPSOH HTXDO UHPDLQLQJ DQG PXFK UHSHDWLQJ RUGHUV A part of orders to software can be reduced on IRUPDO VLPSOH solvable structures. Thats efficient if the repeatingparts are very often. Input data and result data are simple structured and organized in data files with equal record structures. Such problems can be solved by sorting and group wise handling. In DXWRPDWLF VWHSV they can proceed efficient. This software gets its quality by beingused very often. A kernel element in these software-programs is the UHSHWLWLRQ ORRS
  • Equal remaining and always repeating steps of work are fitting best for these orders. The revenue is not only the definite completion of an order, but also the high speed and machinelike certainty. Such low complex problems can be solved in alegacy formal way. Best usability of this type of software is possible with microprocessors. We summarize these solutions by 8ELTXLWRXV &RPSXWLQJ (= small computers in all life situations).