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THE IMPACT OF CULTURAL ASPECTS ON THE DESIGN PROCESS

Felgen, L.; Grieb, J.; Lindemann, U.; Pulm, U.; Chakrabati, A.; Vijaykumar, G. // 2004
Due to increasing globalisation, the development of products is no longer restricted to one place, it is more and more characterised by distributed design teams, who work in different places, time ...

TOWARD A DATA MATURITY EVALUATION IN COLLABORATIVE DESIGN PROCESSES

Saint-Marc, L.; Callot, M.; Reyterou, C.; Moly, M.; Girard, P.; Deschamps, J-C. // 2004
This paper concerns the engineering data exchange control. It proposes to define a data evaluation system based on the concept of "data maturity" in order to control the design ...

“SYMBOLIC DESIGN”: A UML BASED ENVIRONMENT FOR INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Liverani, A.; Amati, G.; Pellicciari, M. // 2004
In this paper a novel approach to PPD (Process and Product Development) through a UML (Unified Modelling Language) has been investigated, with the primary objective to setup a functional and resource ...

A TAXONOMIC CLASSIFICATION OF COLLABORATIVE DESIGN

Ostergaard, K. J.; Summers, J. D. // 2003

DISTRIBUTED TEAM INNOVATION - A FRAMEWORK FOR DISTRIBUTED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Larsson, A.; Törlind, P.; Karlsson, L.; Mabogunje, A.; Leifer, L.; Larsson, T.; Elfström, B-O // 2003

ENHANCED COLLABORATIVE DESIGN THROUGH INTERACTIVE DECISION ROOM

Laborie, F.; Hugues, E.; Jessel, J-P // 2003

ESTABLISHING AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR VALUE CHAIN COLLABORATION IN THE NORWEGIAN OIL INDUSTRY - A CASE STUDY

Kristensen, K.; Hildre, H. P.; Slettebakk, J. K.; Sondov, M.; Høgberg, A. // 2003

INFUSED DESIGN: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION

Shai, O.; Reich, Y. // 2003

TELEGENESIS: CROSS-LESSONS ON MANAGING DISTRIBUTED DESIGN ACROSS THREE SECTORS

Edum-Fotwe, F. T.; Wootton, A. B.; Gregory, M. J.; Thorpe, A.; Cooper, R.; Deasley, P. J. // 2003

An Interface Specification for Principle Solutions Supporting the Cross-Domain Design of Mechatronic Systems

Möhringer, S.; Gausemeier, J. // 2002
Starting from the principle solution of a mechatronic system its components are usually worked out in detail decentralised within the envolved engineering domains. With the increasing design progress ...

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  • "some words"
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