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Unicist Object Driven Business Technologies available at The Unicist Research Institute

Unicist ontology based technologies are materialized in objects emulating nature to optimize results. They have been integrated into an expert system that is managed by Diego Belohlavek.

Nature is organized by objects. The discoveries of the ontogenetic intelligence of nature, its consequent unicist ontology of evolution, the development of the unicist logic and the discovery of unicist thinking (double dialectical thinking) made at The Unicist Research Institute laid the groundings for the unicist strategic approach to businesses.

This implies the use of business objects to define the processes to be developed. The discoveries made the emulation of nature possible.

OOP (Object Oriented Programming)
is homologous to UODT (Unicist Object Driven Technologies)

Objects as programming entities were introduced in the 1960s in Simula 67, a programming language designed for making simulations, created by Ole-Johan Dahl and Kristen Nygaard of the Norwegian Computing Center in Oslo. It emulated the organization of nature. In the 1980s tremendous resources were put behind the ADA language (US Department of Defense) and PROLOG (the Japanese “Fifth Generation Computer Project”), and many believed that ADA and PROLOG would fight for dominance in the 1990s. Instead object-oriented programming is today becoming the dominant style for implementing complex programs with large numbers of interacting components. There are several object-oriented languages. The three most common ones are, Smalltalk, Java, and C++.
This approach gave birth to the Unified Modeling Language which is a mainly graphical notation system for Object-Oriented analysis and design.

Unicist Object Driven Technologies use two different languages to be transformed into processes.

The Unicist Business Modeling Language (UBML) to define the structure of a business solution and the Unicist Object Design Language (UODL) to design the objects that are used in processes.

The unicist ontological structures that have been discovered in the business world provide the secure cognitive objects to develop solutions.

We hope you take advantage of these technologies.

Consider that when a technology is able to emulate nature it has achieved its maturity.

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Peter Belohlavek