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Books & Proceedings

DS 48: Proceedings DESIGN 2008, the 10th International Design Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Year: 2008

Editor: Marjanovic, D.; Storga, M.; Pavkovic, N.; Bojcetic, N.

Description

ISBN 978-953-6313-89-1

EventTable of Contents
TIDYING UP DESIGN METHODS – AN APPROACH USING ELEMENTARY DESIGN METHODS
Birkhofer H. (1 - 8)
USING PARAMETAR ANALYSIS FOR INCORPORATING DESIGN PRINCIPLES DURING CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
Condoor S. S., Kroll E. (9 - 18)
THEORY OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS AND ENGINEERING DESIGN SCIENCE - LEGACY OF VLADIMIR HUBKA
Eder W. E. (19 - 30)
THE ISSUES AND BENEFITS OF AN INTELLIGENT DESIGN OBSERVATORY
Hicks B. J., McAlpine H. C., Torlind P., Storga M., Dong A., Blanco E. (31 - 42)
A MODEL OF CK DESIGN THEORY BASED ON TERM LOGIC: A FORMAL CK BACKGROUND FOR A CLASS OF DESIGN ASSISTANTS
Kazakci A. O., Hatchuel A., Weil B. (43 - 52)
PHYSICAL NATURE OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Rihtaršič J., Žavbi R., Duhovnik J. (53 - 60)
INTEGRAL BUILDING DESIGN WORKSHOPS; COMPARING STUDENTS AND PROFESSIONALS
Savanović P., Zeiler W. (61 - 68)
HOW TO DERIVE APPLICATION-SPECIFIC DESIGN METHODOLOGIES
Weber C. (69 - 80)
METHODICAL DESIGN 1972 – INTEGRAL DESIGN METHODOLOGY 2007: MORPHOLOGIC REFLECTION
Zeiler W., Savanović P. (81 - 88)
ANALYSIS AND IDENTIFICATION OF RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN PRODUCT DESIGN USING THE MULTIDIMENSIONAL PROJECT MODEL
Aguilar-Zambrano J. A., Prada-Molina M., Gómez-Senent E., González-Cruz M. C. (89 - 96)
SUPPORT OF DESIGN ENGINEERING ACTIVITY – THE CONTACT AND CHANNEL MODEL (C&CM) IN THE CONTEXT OF PROBLEM SOLVING AND THE ROLE OF MODELLING
Albers A., Deigendesch T., Alink T. (97 - 102)
AN OPPORTUNITY SEARCH METHOD FOR NEW PRODUCTS DEVELOPMENT
Benedičič J., Žavbi R., Duhovnik J. (103 - 114)
LESSONS LEARNED FROM A WANT BASED NPD PROJECT
Björk E., Ottosson S. (115 - 122)
MOBILISING CRITERIA IN ARGUING ABOUT PRODUCT SOLUTIONS: A MOTOR FOR DESIGNER CONVERGENCE DURING A PROJECT REVIEW?
Cassier J. L ., Prudhomme G., Lund K. (123 - 130)
ANALYSING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DESIGN PROCESS COMPOSITION AND ROBUSTNESS TO TASK DELAYS
Chalupnik M. J., Wynn D. C., Eckert C. M., Clarkson P. J. (131 - 142)
UNCERTAINTY AND RISK REDUCTION IN ENGINEERING DESIGN EMBODIMENT PROCESSES
Grebici K., Goh Y. M., McMahon C. (143 - 156)
INFLUENCE OF FEATURE CHANGE PROPAGATION ON PRODUCT ATTRIBUTES IN CONCEPT SELECTION
Koh E. C. Y., Keller R., Eckert C. M., Clarkson P. J. (157 - 166)
A MATRIX REPRESENTATION OF THE CPM/PDD APPROACH AS A MEANS FOR CHANGE IMPACT ANALYSIS
Köhler C., Conrad J., Wanke S., Weber C. (167 - 174)
UNCERTAINTY HANDLING IN INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Lindemann U., Lorenz M. (175 - 182)
"PRODUCT IN-USE” INFORMATION FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN ACTIVITIES
McSorley G., Huet G., Culley S. J., Fortin C. (183 - 190)
VETUSNET - A SOCIAL NETWORK FOR THE THIRD AGE
Medeiros A. P., Ferreira B. S., Da Fonte C. C., Fernandes A. A. (191 - 198)
A REVIEW OF THE FUNDAMENTALS OF SYSTEMATIC ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS MODELS
Motte D. (199 - 210)
ON DETERMINING A PRODUCT'S PROCESS RELATED TO THE DEGREE OF MATURITY
Paetzold K. (211 - 218)
A CLASSIFICATION SCHEMA FOR PROCESS AND METHOD ADAPTATION IN SOFTWARE DESIGN PROJECTS
Ploskonos A., Uflacker M. (219 - 228)
PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OPTIMISATION WITH HEURISTICS METHODS
Rick T., Groma I., Bercsey T. (229 - 236)
DESIGN FOR NOVELTY – A FRAMEWORK?
Srinivasan V., Chakrabarti A. (237 - 244)
SUPPORT OF SYSTEM ANALYSES AND IMPROVEMENT IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN TROUGH THE CONTACT & CHANNEL MODEL
Albers A., Alink T., Matthiesen S., Thau S. (245 - 252)
A MODULARIZATION METHOD IN THE EARLY PHASE OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Albers A., Burkardt N., Sauter C., Sedchaicharn K. (253 - 260)
MAINTAINING PRODUCT PLATFORMS IN INDUSTRIAL MACHINERY
Alblas A. A., Wortmann J. C. (261 - 270)
IMPLEMENTING A SERVICE ORIENTED PLM ARCHITECTURE USING PLM SERVICES 2.0
Bergsjö D., Ćatić A., Malmqvist J. (271 - 280)
NEEDS AS A BASIS FOR DESIGN RATIONALE
Bergström M., Ericson A., Larsson M., Nergard H., Larsson T., Renström B. (281 - 288)
GUIDELINES FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF FLEXIBLE PRODUCTS
Bischof A., Blessing L. (289 - 300)
ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF MODULAR PRODUCT STRUCTURES: A DIFFERENTIATED APPROACH
Blees C., Krause D. (301 - 308)
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FUNCTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS FOR AN IMPROVED DETECTION OF COMPONENT LINKAGES
Boersting P., Keller R., Alink T., Eckert C. M., Albers A., Clarkson P. J. (309 - 316)
DESIGN TO COST: NEW IMPULSES FOR TARGET COSTING
Braun S. C., Biedermann W., Lindemann U. (317 - 326)
A PLM APPROACH INTEGRATING ULM (USAGE LYFECYCLE MANAGEMENT)
Chapotot E., Merlo C., Legardeur J., Girard P. (327 - 334)
APPLYING THE MULTIPLE DOMAIN MAPPING APPROACH TO VARIANT MANAGEMENT
Deubzer F., Braun T., Maurer M., Lindemann U. (335 - 342)
PRIORITISATION METHODOLOGY FOR USER-CENTRED DESIGN OF ENERGY USING DOMESTIC PRODUCTS
Elias E. W. A., Dekoninck E. A., Culley S. J. (343 - 350)
DESIGN FOR POKA-YOKE ASSEMBLY AN APPROACH TO PREVENT ASSEMBLY ISSUES
Estrada G., Lloveras J., Riba C., (351 - 358)
A SYSTEMIC ANALYSIS OF OLDER DRIVERS REQUIREMENTS TO GATHER KNOWLEDGE TO BE USED BY DESIGN ENGINEERS
Flöck C., Le Cardinal J., Mekhilef M. (361 - 370)
METHODS IN PRACTICE – A STUDY ON REQUIREMENTS FOR DEVELOPMENT AND TRANSFER OF DESIGN METHODS
Geis C., Bierhals R., Schuster I., Badke-Schaub P., Birkhofer H. (369 - 376)
ANALYSIS AND OPTIMISATION OF DISASSEMBLY DEPTH DISTRIBUTION: AN APPLICATION IN ELECTRONIC DEVICE REDESIGN TO REDUCE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AT END-OF-LIFE
Giudice F., Kassem M. (377 - 386)
ON THE DESIGN OF MANUAL WHEELCHAIRS FOR PEOPLE WITH SPINAL CORD INJURIES
Gooch S. D., Woodfield T., Hollingsworth L., Rothwell A. G., Medland A. J., Yao F. (387 - 394)
ENHANCING SUPPLIER'S QUALITY BY PREVENTIVE QUALITY ASSESSMENTS DURING DESIGN OF AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS
Graessler I. (395 - 400)
INNOVATION CYCLES CONCERNING STRATEGIC PLANNING OF PRODUCT-SERVICE-SYSTEMS
Hepperle C., Mörtl M., Lindemann U. (401 - 408)
WHAT IS SUCCESS AND FAILURE IN PRODUCT AND SERVICE DESIGN?
Hollins W. J. (409 - 416)
MANUFACTURING SYSTEM DESIGN BASED ON REAL-LIFE DEMANDS - A METHOD DESCRIPTION
Karlsson A. (417 - 424)
DESIGN FOR VARIETY – EFFICIENT SUPPORT FOR DESIGN ENGINEERS
Kipp T., Krause D. (425 - 432)
ACTIVE CUSTOMER INTEGRATION TO INNOVATION NETWORKS: A PROJECT OUTLOOK
Kirschner R., Kain A., Franke S, Dick B., Lindemann U. (433 - 438)
ROBUST DESIGN METHOD FOR PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE CONSIDERING THE FUTURE UNCERTAINTIES
Kondoh S., Masui K., Mishima N., Matsumoto M. (439 - 448)
DESIGN WITH MEDICAL INFORMATION
Langeveld L. H. (449 - 456)
THE RELATION BETWEEN PROJECT RISKS AND ROBUSTNESS OF DESIGN – A CRUCIAL FACTOR OF SUCCESS IN PLANT ENGINEERING
Moehringer S., (457 - 464)
IMPLEMENTATION OF MODULAR ARCHITECTURE OF COOLING GENERATORS
Osman K., Bojcetic N., Marjanovic D. (465 - 474)
FROM FUNCTION TO SOLUTION: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH
Panetta F., Vigano R. (475 - 482)
A USER-CENTERED APPROACH TO DEVELOPING EMERGENT TECHNOLOGY PRODUCTS
Restrepo J., McAloone T. C., Schlegel T., Lykke J. (483 - 492)
A COMMON DENOMINATOR FOR PRODUCT SERVICE SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT
Schindler S. O., Schendel C., Matzen D. (493 - 500)
REQUIREMENTS MANAGEMENT IN EARLY STAGES OF MECHATRONIC DESIGN BY VISUALISATION OF INTERDEPENDENCIES
Stechert C., Bauer S., Franke H. J., Meerkamm H. (501 - 508)
PREVENTIVE COST AND RISK MANAGEMENT IN THE EARLY PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PHASE
Szeghõ K., Bercsey T., Eigner M. (509 - 516)
CONCEPTUALISATION OF PRODUCT/SERVICE-SYSTEMS THROUGH STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS
Tan A., Andreasen M. M., Matzen D. (517 - 528)
KANSEI PHYSIOLOGICAL MEASUREMENTS AND CONSTRUCTIVIST PSYCHOLOGICAL EXPLORATIONS FOR APPROACHING USER SUBJECTIVE EXPERIENCE
Tomico O., Mizutani N., Levy P., Yokoi T., Cho Y., Yamanaka T. (529 - 536)
SPECIFICATION RISK ANALYSIS: INTRODUCING A RISK MANAGEMENT METHOD FOR PRODUCT ARCHITECTURES
Wagner C., Graebsch M., Seering W., Lindemann U. (537 - 544)
CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF INDUSTRIAL PRODUCT SERVICE SYSTEMS (IPSS) BASED ON THE EXTENDED HETEROGENEOUS MODELLING APPROACH
Welp E. G., Sadek T. (545 - 552)
FLEXIBLE SUSTAINABLE PROCESS INNOVATION: INTEGRAL BUILDING DESIGN METHODOLOGY
Zeiler W., Quanjel E. (553 - 560)
A SIMULATED MODEL OF SOFTWARE SPECIFICATIONS FOR AUTOMATING FUNCTIONAL TESTS DESIGN
Awedikian R., Yannou B., Lebreton P., Bouclier L., Mekhilef M. (561 - 570)
A RADICAL IMPROVEMENT OF SOFTWARE BUGS DETECTION WHEN AUTOMATING THE TEST GENERATION PROCESS
Awedikian R., Yannou B., Lebreton P., Bouclier L., Mekhilef M. (571 - 582)
WEB-BASED SOLUTION REPOSITORY IN MECHANISM THEORY TO SUPPORT THE DESIGN PROCESS
Brix T., Döring U., Reeßing M. (583 - 592)
A CONCEPT FOR INTERFACES TO GENERATE 3D CAD MODEL FROM CUSTOMER REQUIREMENTS
Chahadi Y., Rollmann T., Wu Z., Birkhofer H., Anderl R. (593 - 602)
SMOOTH CURVES AND MOTIONS DEFINED AND OPTIMISED USING POINT-BASED TECHNIQUES
Edmunds R., Feldman J. A., Hicks B. J., Mullineux G. (603 - 610)
DIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION OF A HUMAN SKULL
Etxaniz O., Minguez R., Arias A., Barrenetxea L., Solaberrieta E. (611 - 618)
DYNAMIC AND CONCEPTUAL DMU
Gerhardt F. J., Eigner M. (619 - 626)
TOWARDS KNOWLEDGE INTENSIVE DESIGN SUPPORT FOR THE MICRO SURGICAL DOMAIN
Grech A. K., Borg J. C. (627 - 634)
INTERACTIVE VISUALISATION OF THE CONE OF VISION AS A DESIGN TOOL
Heikkinen T. (635 - 642)
RECENT ADVANCES IN AVL'S MESH GENERATION SOFTWARE - ESE-TOOLS
Juretić F., Moser W., Rainer G. (643 - 648)
THE EVALUATION OF THE ABILITY OF A CONSTRAINT-BASED MANIKIN TO REPRESENT NORMAL HUMAN TASKS
Medland A. J., Gooch S. (649 - 656)
VISUAL ANALYSIS METHODS FOR NON-IDEAL ASSEMBLIES
Penzkofer F., Wittmann S., Winter M. (657 - 664)
TOWARDS A DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR COMPUTATIONAL SYNTHESIS SYSTEMS
Schotborgh W. O., Kokkeler F. G. M., Tragter H., Röring M. H. L., van Houten F. J. A. M. (665 - 672)
DESIGN CATALOGUES FOR MECHANISM SELECTION
Singh B., Matthews J., Mullineux G., Medland A. J.. (673 - 680)
GAP AND FLUSH VISUALIZATION OF VIRTUAL NONIDEAL PROTOTYPES
Stoll T., Paetzold K. (681 - 688)
IDENTIFYING FEATURES IN CAD MODELS FOR POWDER METALLURGY COMPONENT EVALUATION
Stolt R. (689 - 696)
TOLERANCE ANALYSIS OF GEOMETRICALLY NON-IDEAL SYSTEMS IN MOTION
Stuppy J., Meerkamm H. (697 - 704)
INTERACTIVE EVOLUTIONARY DESIGN FOR RECOGNICING CUSTOMER NEEDS AND WISHES
Tiainen T., Ellman A., Syrilä A. L. (705 - 712)
FEM MODEL FOR THE ANALYSIS OF ROTATIONAL SPEED INFLUENCE ON TOOTH CONTACT PRESSURE DISTRIBUTION OF THIN-RIMMED GEARS WITH ASYMMETRIC WEB ARRANGEMENT
Vučković K., Ulbin M., Belšak A. (713 - 720)
TERMINOLOGY USED FOR SHAPE IDEATION
Wiegers T. (721 - 728)
A SYSTEM FOR HAPTIC TOLERANCE ANALYSIS REGARDING NON-IDEAL GEOMETRY
Wittmann S., Stockinger A., Stoll T., Paetzold K. (729 - 736)
HIERARCHICAL DECOMPOSITIONS FOR COMPLEX PRODUCT REPRESENTATION
Ariyo O. O., Eckert C. M., Clarkson P. J. (737 - 744)
WHAT IS DESIGN KNOWLEDGE FROM THE VIEWPOINT OF CPM/PDD?
Conrad J., Köhler C., Wanke S., Weber C. (745 - 752)
A NEW KNOWLEDGE BASED APPROACH THE REVERSE ENGINEERING OF A PRODUCT
Durupt A., Remy S., Ducellier G., Derigent W. (753 - 760)
AN INTEGRATED CONTEXT MODEL FOR THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DOMAIN AND ITS IMPLICATIONS ON DESIGN REUSE
Eckstein R., Henrich A. (761 - 768)
THE ROLE OF NARRATIVE IN EVOLVING ENGINEERING DESIGN DOCUMENTATION
Eng N. L., Bracewell R. H., Clarkson P. J. (769 - 776)
KNOWLEDGE ORIENTED PROCESS MANAGEMENT FOR DFX
Faerber M., Jochaud F., Stöber C., Jablonski S., Meerkamm H. (777 - 784)
THE INTEGRATION OF SYNCHRONOUS AND ASYNCHRONOUS DESIGN ACTIVITY RECORDS
Giess M. D., Conway A. P., McMahon C. A., Ion W. J. (785 - 792)
TOWARDS REPRESENTING, EVOLVING AND NETWORKING ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE FOR COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN SYNTHESIS
Hoisl F., Shea K., Helms B. (793 - 800)
CHALLENGES WITH PRODUCT DATA EXCHANGE IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT NETWORKS
Jokinen K., Hajda M., Borgman J. (801 - 808)
CLASSIFICATION OF TOOLS AND METHODS FOR KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Kaiser J.M., Conrad J., Koehler C., Wanke S., Weber C., (809 - 816)
DEVELOPING PROCESS INTEGRATIVE STRUCTURING OF DOCUMENTS CONTAINING PRODUCT INFORMATION
Lauer W. M., Lindemann U. (817 - 824)
MODULARISATION OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONTENT – PROVIDING USER-SUITABLE DOCUMENTS
Lenhart M., Weber H., Birkhofer H. (825 - 832)
USER KNOWLEDGE IN A CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT OF A BUSINESS-TO-BUSINESS DIRECTORY SERVICE
Mannonen P., Runonen M. (833 - 840)
INVESTIGATING THE STRUCTURE AND ORGANISATION OF ENGINEERING LOGBOOKS FOR MORE EFFECTIVE REUSE
McAlpine H., Hicks B. J., Culley S. J. (841 - 848)
ENGINEERING NETWORKS: A CONCEPT FOR THE COEQUAL MODELING OF DATA AND PROCESSES IN PRODUCT ENGINEERING
Mogo Nem F., Weidlich R., Eigner M. (849 - 856)
DESIGN KNOWLEDGE INDEXING IN RELATIONAL DATABASE
Rohde D., Pavkovic N., Aurisicchio M. (857 - 864)
INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE DATA BASIS OF DESIGN KNOWLEDGE IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN ENGINEERING
Uhlmann J., Schulze E. E. (869 - 880)
USER SPECIFIC SUPPLY OF DOCUMENTS FOR PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT KNOWLEDGE BY MEANS OF A COMPREHENSIVE TOPIC MAP APPLICATION
Weber H., Lenhart M., Birkhofer H. (877 - 884)
CURRENT INDUSTRIAL PRACTICES FOR RE-USE OF MANUFACTURING EXPERIENCE IN A MULTIDISCIPLINARY DESIGN PERSPECTIVE
Andersson P., Wolgast A., Isaksson O. (885 - 892)
FROM WORKFLOW SPECIFICATION TO IMPLEMENTATION: AN INDUSTRIAL USE CASE
Aymar Nkondo Dika A., Ducellier G., Eynard B., Lafon P., Deneux D. (893 - 900)
IMPACTS OF DESIGN PROCESS CHARACTERISTICS ON THE SELECTION OF PLM ARCHITECTURES
Bitzer M., Eigner M., Vielhaber M. (901 - 910)
OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PACKAGING FOR THE AUSTRALIAN FOOD INDUSTRY
Collado-Ruiz D., Avendano A. (911 - 918)
A FRAMEWORK TO UNDERSTAND PROJECT ROBUSTNESS
Gericke K., Schmidt-Kretschmer M., Blessing L. (919 - 926)
CO-DESIGNING BROAD SCOPE OF TECHNOLOGY-BASED APPLICATIONS IN AN EXPLORATORY PARTNERSHIP
Gillier T., Piat G. (927 - 934)
POST-MERGER PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT INTEGRATION: A CASE STUDY
Gries B. (935 - 942)
NETWORK ENABLED CAPABILITY AS A CHALLENGE FOR DESIGN: A CHANGE MANAGEMENT VIEW
Keller R., Atkinson S. R., Clarkson P. J. (943 - 950)
A FRAMEWORK TO CLASSIFY PROCESS IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS
Kreimeyer M., Daniilidis C., Lindemann U. (951 - 958)
ENABLING FACTORS FOR MANAGING INTELLECTUAL RESOURCES IN ENGINEERING DESIGN
Mela J., Lehtonen T., Riitahuhta A., Juuti T. (959 - 970)
INNOVATION HUBS: WHY DO THESE INNOVATION SUPERSTARS OFTEN DIE YOUNG?
O’Hare J., Hansen P. K., Turner N., Dekoninck E. (971 - 978)
FACTORS INFLUENCING THE VULNERABILITY OF MANUFACTURERS TO PRODUCT IMITATIONS
Petermann M., Meiwald T., Lindemann U. (979 - 986)
TOWARDS AN INTEGRATION OF SIX SIGMA, DESIGN FOR SIX SIGMA AND DESIGN METHODOLOGY
Schmidt-Kretschmer M., Warncke T. R. (987 - 992)
A COMPETENCE MANAGEMENT METHODOLOGY FOR VIRTUAL TEAMS - A SYSTEMIC APPORACH TO SUPPORT INNOVATION PROCESSES IN SME'S
Schumacher M., Le Cardinal J., Mekhilef M. (993 - 1000)
THE PRACTISE OF KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT WITHIN THE INNOVATION PROCESS OF A COMPANY MAKING LUXURY WATCH
Alberti P. (1001 - 1008)
COMPARING ACTIONS OF CREATIVE DESIGNING
Englisch U., Sachse P., Uhlmann J. (1009 - 1016)
RELIABILITY OF EMOTIONAL RESPONSES TO MATERIAL TEXTURES
Hilton K. H. (1017 - 1024)
IDEA GENERATION IN CONCEPTUAL DESIGN
Howard T. J., Culley S. J., Dekoninck E. (1025 - 1032)
USING SIMULATION TO SUPPORT INTEGRATION OF LIFE-CYCLE ENGINEERING ACTIVITIES INTO AN EXISTING DESIGN PROCESS: A CASE STUDY
Kerley W. P., Wynn D. C., Moss M. A., Eckert C. M., Clarkson P. J. (1033 - 1042)
EARLY PROTOTYPES: A STRATEGY FOR EXPLICATING TACIT KNOWLEDGE IN DESIGN ACTIVITIES
Marxt C., Link P., Inganäs M. (1043 - 1048)
EXPERIENCE WITH CULTURAL INFLUENCES IN DISTRIBUTED GERMAN-CHINESE DEVELOPMENT PROJECT COOPERATIONS
Meyer-Eschenbach A., Gautam V., Wildung W., Schüler P. (1049 - 1056)
ERROR IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROCESS: TOWARDS A COGNITIVE MODEL
Safin S., Leclercq P., Blavier A. (1057 - 1064)
THE INLFUENCE OF THE DESIGNER'S GENDER
Stilma M. D. C. (1065 - 1070)
THE IMPACT OF TRUST AND POWER ON KNOWLEDGE SHARING IN DESIGN PROJECTS: SOME EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE FROM THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY
Cloonan J., Matheus T., Sellini F. (1071 - 1078)
EMOTIONAL ALIGNMENT IN TEAMS: HOW EMOTIONS SUPPORT THE DESIGN PROCESS
de Boer R. J., Badke-Schaub P. (1079 - 1086)
DESIGNING IN A GROUP - HOW CAN KNOWING EACH OTHER INFLUENCE DESIGN PROJECTS?
Hayes J. P., Knight L. A., Newnes L. B. (1087 - 1094)
DESIGNING BASED ON THE EVOKED METAPHOR - CASE STUDY
Levy P., Yamanaka T. (1095 - 1104)
TEAM COHESION AND PROCESS ASPECTS OF TEAMWORK IN DESIGN
Neumann A., Badke-Schaub P., Lauche K. (1105 - 1112)
GUIDING TEAM SELECTION AND THE USE OF THE BELBIN APPROACH
Wasiak J. O., Newnes L. B., Mileham A. R., Hicks B. J., Outram G. (1113 - 1120)
DECISION MAKING IN DESIGN TEAMS: ANALYSIS OF USED AND REJECTED DECISIONS
Ensici A., Bayazit N., Badke-Schaub P., Lauche K. (1121 - 1128)
MODELLING DECISION-MAKING IN COMPLEX PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Eriksson J., Johnsson S., Olsson R. (1129 - 1138)
EVALUATION OF THE POTENTIAL PERFORMANCE OF INNOVATIVE CONCEPTS IN THE EARLY STAGES OF THE NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT PROCESS (NPDP)
Ferioli M., Roussel B., Renaud J., Truchot P. (1139 - 1148)
METHOD OF DESIGN EVALUATION FOCUSED ON RELATIONS OF MEANINGS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DESIGN
Georgiev G., Nagai Y., Taura T. (1149 - 1158)
DEPENDENCIES IN CONCEPT DECISIONS IN COMPLEX PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
Kihlander I., Janhager J., Ritzén S. (1159 - 1166)
EVALUATION AND RE-DESIGN METHOD OF MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
Kondoh S., Mishima N., Hotta Y., Watari K., Kurita T., Masui K. (1167 - 1174)
PROPOSAL OF A SYSTEM OF INDICATORS TO MEASURE PERFORMANCE OF PROBLEM SOLVING PROCESS IN DESIGN
Maranzana N., Dubois S., Gartiser N., Caillaud E. (1175 - 1180)
DECISION AIDING TOOLS IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT: A CASE STUDY
Montagna F., Vittone R. (1181 - 1190)
SUPPORTING DECISION MAKING WITH AGENT BASED MODELLING AND SIMULATION
Nergard H., Johansson C., Larsson T. (1191 - 1198)
THE “OLD MASTERS” OF ENGINEERING DESIGN AND THE MODERN FORM DEVELOPMENT PROCESS OF AUTOMOBILES
Abidin S. Z., Sigurjónsson J., Liem A. (1199 - 1206)
THE SKETCH POWER TO SUPPORT PRODUCT DESIGN
Elsen C., Leclercq P. (1207 - 1218)
TECHNOLOGICAL PARADOXES IN INDUSTRIAL DESIGN
Gajewski C. (1219 - 1226)
COOPERATION OF ENGINEERING & INDUSTRIAL DESIGNERS ON INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS
Hosnedl S., Srp Z., Dvorak J. (1227 - 1234)
APPLYING TRENDS TO DESIGN: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
Muir Wood A. P., Moultrie J., Eckert C. M. (1235 - 1242)
INDIRECT ENCODING OF THE GENES OF A CLOSED CURVE FOR INTERACTIVELY CREATE INNOVATIVE CAR SILHOUETTES
Yannou B., Dilhman M., Cluzel F. (1243 - 1254)
TRANSPARENT 3D VISUALIZATION OF MECHATRONIC SYSTEM STRUCTURES
Diehl H., Hellenbrand D., Lindemann U. (1255 - 1262)
SYSTEMATIC DEVELOPMENT OF CONTROLLERS BASED ON THE PRINCIPLE SOLUTION OF SELF-OPTIMIZING SYSTEMS
Gausemeier J., Kahl S., Low C., Schulz B. (1263 - 1276)
PROCEEDING FOR THE CONCEPTUAL DESIGN OF SELF-OPTIMIZING MECHATRONIC SYSTEMS
Gausemeier J., Zimmer D., Donoth J., Pook S., Schmidt A. (1277 - 1286)
A PROPOSAL FOR THE USE OF DIAGRAMS OF UML FOR MECHATRONICS ENGINEERING
Johar A., Stetter R. (1287 - 1294)
MECHATRONIC-ORIENTED DESIGN OF AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS IN THE AUTOMOTIVE BODY SHOP
Kiefer J., Baer T., Bley H. (1295 - 1302)
APPROACH ON THE CONTROL OF ITERATIONS IN THE MULTIDISCIPLINARY DEVELOPMENT OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Krehmer H., Stöber C., Meerkamm H. (1303 - 1310)
TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE OF COGNITIVE TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Paetzold K., Schmid U. (1311 - 1318)
ENVIRONMENTAL KNOWLEDGE ACQUISITION DURING THE FUZZY FRONT END OF INNOVATION – STATE OF USE OF TOOLS, METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN THE BASQUE COUNTRY
Val-Jauregi E., Justel D., Beitia A. (1319 - 1326)
PARAMETRIC ECODESIGN – AN INTEGRATIVE APPROACH FOR IMPLEMENTING ECODESIGN INTO DECISIVE EARLY DESIGN STAGES
Ostad-Ahmad-Ghorabi H., Bey N., Wimmer W. (1327 - 1334)
A NEW APPROACH TO IMPLEMENT THE REACH DIRECTIVE IN ENGINEERING DESIGN
Brissaud D., Lemagnen M., Mathieux F. (1335 - 1340)
ECO-DESIGN DIRECTIONS: EVOLUTIONS OF THE AESTHETIC DIMENSION
La Rocca F. (1341 - 1350)
ECODESIGN STRATEGIES USING CLASSIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS
Sakao T. (1351 - 1358)
CHANGING ENERGY CONSUMPTION BEHAVIOUR THROUGH SUSTAINABLE PRODUCT DESIGN
Tang T., Bhamra T. (1359 - 1366)
SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY DESIGN – BENNY FARM / MONTREAL AS A SAMPLE
Yilmaz M. (1367 - 1374)
(RE)DESIGNING THE DESIGN EDUCATION IN A KNOWLEDGE-BASED ECONOMY
Fain N., Moes C. C. M., van Doorn E., Duhovnik J. (1375 - 1382)
COMPETENCE DEVELOPMENT IN AN INTERNATIONAL PRODUCT DESIGN COURSE
Kovačević A. (1383 - 1392)
PERMANENT PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION FOR INTEGRAL DESIGN COLLABORATION
Savanović P., Zeiler W. (1393 - 1400)
TEACHING AN INTEGRATED NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR ON COGNITIVE PRODUCTS
Shea K., Engelhard M., Helms B., Merz M. (1401 - 1408)
ACHIEVING COST-EFFECTIVE DESIGN EDUCATION: HIGHEST QUALITY GRADUATES FOR LEAST RESOURCES AND COST
Cowdroy R., Williams A. (1409 - 1416)
ds endorsed conferenceDESIGN 2008 - 10th International Design Conference

DESIGN 2008 - 10th International Design ConferenceDESIGN 2008 Conference was founded on the continuous development of organization and evaluation procedure that resulted in a capacity to deliver procedures and conditions of communicative competence. To assist the process of development for the engineering design research community the organizers of DESIGN 2008 propsed seven core areas for the conference as described below. It was required explicitly from all contributors to show how they are contributing to the overall area to emerge communities...

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SIG Workshop - March 2013