Many people have helped in many different small, and not so small ways, with getting AIDA to where it is today. As AIDA is a non-commercial venture, goodwill counted for a great deal, especially in the early days when we were all new to the Web.
This Web page attempts to acknowledge the contribution of all those who have made major contributions to AIDA over the past 15+ years.
The HTML pages at this http://www.2aida.org Website have been styled on those previously used at the http://www.diabetic.org.uk "Diabetes Insight" Website. Extensive use has been made of HTML code from previous Web pages at the latter Website - and special acknowledgement is given to Steven Sexton, the Webmaster / owner of "Diabetes Insight".
AIDA v4.0 (and AIDA v4.3 & v4.3a) for the PC have been developed by Dr. Eldon D. Lehmann (London, England), Dr. Tibor Deutsch (Budapest, Hungary) and David Broad (London, England).
'AIDA on-line' (accessible via http://www.2aida.net at this site) has been developed by Dr. Lehmann, Dennis DeWolf (North Carolina, USA) and Chris Novotny (North Carolina, USA) using modelling work originally done by Dr. Lehmann and Dr. Deutsch.
The 'AIDA on-line' glucose-insulin diabetes tutorial (accessible via http://www.2aida.org/tutorial at this site) has been developed for the Web by Dr. Lehmann based in part on material from the "Introductory Course for Insulin-Dependent Diabetics" by Professor Peter Hurter and Professor Luther B. Travis. Special thanks go to Professor Gustavo Avitabile (from Naples, Italy) for his kind efforts in generating the tutorial HTML pages in a form suitable for display on the Web, at this site.
'AIDA on-line2' (version 2 - accessible via http://www.2aida.net at this site) has been developed by Dr. Lehmann and Dennis DeWolf using HbA1c modelling and other code originally developed by Dr. Lehmann.
AIDA v4.3b has been developed by Dr. Lehmann and Dr. Deutsch in collaboration with Dr. Cristina Tarin (Stuttgart, Germany), Dr. Jorge Bondia (Valencia, Spain), and Dr. Edgar Teufel (Stuttgart, Germany) who have very kindly assisted with the Windows XP / Windows Vista / Windows 7 installation & runtime environment for the software.
AIDA v4.3b makes use of DOSBox - a lightweight, freeware DOS emulator - available without charge from http://www.dosbox.com
The AIDA diabetes simulator development team thank the DOSBox Development Team for permission to package up the DOSBox emulator with the AIDA v4 software.
If you wish to contact the AIDA developers - please feel free to make use of the on-line AIDA contact form.
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AIDA is a freeware diabetes software simulator program of glucose-insulin action + insulin dose & diet adjustment in diabetes mellitus. It is intended purely for education, self-learning and / or teaching use. It is not meant for individual blood glucose prediction or therapy planning. Caveats
This Web page was last updated on 22nd April, 2011.
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