SIG-Library

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Snapshots and Bookmarks as a Graphical Design History

Verlinden, J. C.; Igarashi, T.; Vergeest, J. S. M. // 2002
This paper presents a technique to enhance 3D modelling systems by displaying the design history during a design session. It offers the opportunity to select and annotate various stages of a model. ...

Supporting the Early Stages of Product Design by Function-Based Tools

Koch, M.; Meerkamm, H. // 2002
The state-of-the-art in the early stages of design is a situation, where practically no computer-supported tools for a designer’s work exist. To get rid of this problem and to make decisions ...

The Importance of Corporate Culture in Collaborative Product Design

Marxt, C. // 2002
Due to the increasing complexity of technologies and products, the search for new know-how as well as the shortening of development cycle times a lot of companies collaborate in (new) product design. ...

Boolean Searches

The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:

  • design community
    Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
  • +design -community
    Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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