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UTILIZING DESIGN EDUCATION TO STIMULATE LIFE-LONG LEARNING WITHOUT THE PAIN

Feland, J. F.; Fisher, C. A.; Bartolomei, J. // 2003

VISUALISING DESIGN EXCLUSION

Clarkson, P. J.; Dong, H.; Keates, S. // 2003

WEB SERVICES AS A VIRTUAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ENVRIONMENT

Storga, M.; Bojcetic, N.; Marjanovic, D. // 2003

WHY CAD TOOLS BENEFIT FROM A SKETCHING LANGUAGE

Borg, J. C.; Farrugia, P.; Camilleri, K. P.; Giannini, F.; Yan, X. T.; Scicluna, D. // 2003

Wirkprinzipien der Selbstoptimierung

Schmidt, A.; Gausemeier, J. // 2003

WORKFLOW ARCHITECTURE FOR A DISPERSED AUTOMOTIVE DEVELOPMENT NETWORK

Kristjansson, A. H.; Kristensen, K.; Hildre, H. P. // 2003

A Classification of Matrix-based Methods for Product Modeling

Malmqvist, J. // 2002
In the development of complex products considerations of the product structure and relations within the product are crucial. Matrix-based product modeling methods can support this activity by, for ...

A Concurrent Engineering Information Model Based on the STEP Standard and the Theory of Domains

Aganovic, D.; Nielsen, J.; Fagerström, J.; Clausson, L.; Falkman, P. // 2002
An information model that is capturing product and manufacturing system design, as well as the idea of concurrent engineering, is emphasized in this paper. First, a case product is decomposed along ...

A Design Process for Complex Mechanical Structures Using Property Based Models, with Application to Car Bodies

Bylund, N.; Fredericson, H.; Thompson, G. // 2002
The design of complex mechanical structures is multi-objective and includes the treatements of a wide range of requirements such as quantitative, qualitative, subjective and objective. An example of ...

A Different View on PDM and its Future Potentials

Weber, C.; Werner, H.; Deubel, T. // 2002
Objective of the paper is to re-conceive the nature and development potentials of PDM-systems, based on a new approach to design theory called “property-driven development/design” (PDD). PDD is a new ...

A Feature Based Approach for Conceptual Design

Golob, B.; Jezernik, A.; Hren, G. // 2002
Early phases of design process still lacks of the computer support, although it has been recognised as an important part of design process. Paper introduces an approach towards a feature-based ...

A French Approach to Teaching Project Management

Stal-Le Cardinal, J.; Bocquet, J.-C. // 2002
This pedagogic article presents the management of project actions at Ecole Centrale of Paris and a design and realization project experience’s teaching, a lavender harvester. This project, lasted of ...

A Guided Surgical Drilling Method

Caccamo, E.; Capello, F.; Lombardo, E.; Mancuso, A.; Petrucci, G. // 2002
This work presents a method to obtain a surgical guide allowing the implantologist to execute easily and with accuracy the implant seat. The drilling direction is obtained by elaborating the CT ...

A KBE System to Manage the Module Configuration Using the Corporate Knowledge

Mandorli, F.; Berti, S.; Germani, M. // 2002
A key point, today, is the development of products that fulfil the individual customer needs as close as possible. The market trend, hence, is towards the ""mass customization"". ...

A Methodology Supporting the Preparation of 3D-CAD Data for Design Reviews in VR

Graf, H.; Brunetti, G.; Stork, A. // 2002
In recent years a range of different VR applications have been developed for the purposes of design review and analysis. The typical data source for a design review of complex models using VR ...

A Review of Product Development Performance Metrics Investigations with Emphasis on the Designer Level

Acosta, C. L. M.; Araújo, C. S.; Trabassos, L. G. // 2002
The study discussed in the paper is a review of the outstanding literature on Product Development (PD) metrics (both theoretical and practical), and also on our own industrial experience on the ...

A Simulated Brain Model for Products' Creative Design

He, W. P.; Cai, H. M.; Zhang, Y. // 2002
Based on cognition psychology, information technology, artificial intelligence, and knowledge mining based on database over Internet, etc. the paper build a simulated brain model to aid creative ...

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