Technisches Konzept zur Teilautomatisierung einer Kurswahlplattform
Automation has been used as a tool to make the lives of humans easier by replacing them or supporting them in performing certain tasks. It can be applied to processes of very different scopes. A human worker being replaced by a robot in a factory, autonomous vehicles overtaking the streets or a phone simply alerting the user to a low battery level. All these examples present different implementations of automation. The goals of automation range from reducing the time and money spent on performing a task to simply making a system more pleasant to use by improving the user experience. Some systems and processes offer more potential for automation than others. Theoretical work has been done to make it easier to identify and exploit automation potential in any kind of system. This work explores automation and the interaction with automated systems by implementing automated features in a system for electing and allocating seats in projects or courses at educational institutions. The presented ideas and implementations are based on the theory of automated systems and the interaction with such systems.
Prof. Wolfgang Kowarschick
Prof. Daniel Rothaug