Design Management: Process and Information Issues

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John Wiley & Sons, 2001. gada 10. okt. - 636 lappuses

Efficient design management solutions for today's new challenges

Design Management: Process and Information Issues is a collection of papers presented at the 13th International Conference on Engineering Design in Glasgow, Scotland. One of four volumes, this book highlights the newest developments in design management and the solutions that facilitate innovation. Focused on common challenges within the design process, these papers provide insight gleaned from current and ongoing work to help design and engineering teams meet the increasing demands of the modern product development environment.

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Automatic composition of XML documents to express design information
19
Multi a tool and a method to support collaborative functional design
35
Design case relevance in quantity dimension space for casebased design
51
Knowledge Representation and Management
67
Using domain knowledge to support design requirements elicitation
83
Effective abstraction of engineering knowledge for KBE implementation
99
New techniques for design knowledge exploration a comparison of three
107
DEKAS an evolutionary casebased reasoning system
123
An operational model for design processes
139
Using situation theory to model information flow in design
155
The product develoment process ontology creating a learning research
171
Analysis and classification methodology for objectifications in collective
187
Capturing and classifying information in undergraduate design team
203
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592. lappuse - Department of Mechanical Engineering. University of Bristol, Queens Building, University Walk. Bristol BS8 1TR.

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S. Culley is the author of Design Management: Process and Information Issues, published by Wiley.