dia$par.Mirror mmizer performs two functions simultaneously:
- it generates a virtual reality for the dia$par.Matrix (Digital Twin) cybernetics model
- it replicates bidirectional changes in the real organization and its cybernetic model
At programming layer, mmizer functions are performed simultaneously and complimentary by three different classes of composite blocks of the dia$par meta-system:
(1) the monolithic core of mmizer with an integrated DBMS
(2) matrix servers cloud (M-servers): a cluster of servers which mainly calculates business logic processes of the cybernetic model
(3) mmizer client applications performing the functions of mutual mapping duplex effectors.
They are analogs of both human sense organs and limbs.
But unlike 5 sense organs and 4 limbs of the human being, dia$par can have them as much and different as needed.
The non-linear architecture of mmizer resulted from the strictest requirements to high performance efficiency and reliability of the meta-system needed to manage large and complex organizations in real time.
Different cybernetics models load individual mmizer programming blocks differently that provides developers with a powerful tool for adjusting and balancing the load and an unprecedented performance scaling potential.
The client applications of mmizer are at the same time (thus, they are duplex) inputs and outputs of dia$par.
Essentially, they are freely configured 'plugs' to plug anything ranging from a CNC machine tool to a person.
The duplex effectors of dia$par, on the one hand,
- (being a 'sense organ' sensor) receive information about changes in environment transmitted to the duplex replicator of mmizer,
and, on the other hand,
- transmit information about changes in the cybernetic model received from the duplex replicator.
Decades after computers emerged, great minds aspired to create a computer system (like 'Artificial Intelligence', etc.) which can manage the organization better than a human being.
However, it is not enough to only transmit data, actual changes in real organization should occur.
If dia$par directly operates automated equipment (conveyors, CNC machine tools, automated loaders and stackers, external IT systems) via digital interfaces, it is an easy task to replicate changes in reality — the stacker is given a command 'to take the pallet from cell 35R6 and remove it to cell EXP34F3 of the pick-up area'. It goes without saying that such command is seldom disputed or not fulfilled.
However, people engaged in business processes generate errors by their very nature.
Thus, visual interfaces of the desktop workstation (and various special applications for numerous specialized software platforms including mobile ones) are used to exercise control over humans.
In fact, the method of replicating changes through homo sapiens is generally the process of meta-system awaiting itself switching to a state which allows to proceed with the business process in question. While the meta-system itself switches to the required state only when the employee gets his job done right.
Hence, when a cybernetic model is designed correctly, a dia$par.Enterprise employee theoretically cannot make a mistake in his communication with the meta-system — like a crocodile is not able to take wing — dia$par just does not let the mistake to proceed to the next phase of the business process.
In the zipchain abstraction, a zip-transaction is an event involving a congruent change (i.e., a synchronized change by the same value with the reverse sign) in a pair of parameters of two model mfaces, including a change in a pair of parameters of one and the same mface.
That is why the best strategy for improving organization's performance is to extend communication between dia$par and employees as much as possible, or, in other words, to elaborate the cybernetic model.
Whatever definition is given, the final result is always to completely exclude people from business process execution at the operational level.
This is because the mechanism which does not involve people at all (ranging from a clockwork to business) is always more efficient.
Many interacting dia$pars form the global meta-structure of Сyberspace.
Given the above, it is clear that the mutual mapping principle duly implemented ensures high efficiency of the organization that is not ever achievable by traditionally managed companies.