DSM 2007: Proceedings of the 9th International DSM Conference, Munich, Germany, 16.-18.10.2007
Editor: U. Lindemann; M. Danilovic; F. Deubzer; M. Maurer; M. Kreimeyer
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ISBN 3-8322-6641-0, 978-3-8322-6641-7
The 9th International DSM Conference, held at Munich University of Technology on 16.-18.10.2007, was an event endorsed by the Design Society (as will be the next DSM conferences).
Therefore, the papers presented at the conference are made available to the members of the Design Society.
Table of Contents
From Product/Service Complexity Management to Innovation
Managing Complexity in Automotive Engineering
DSM – Where it’s been – Where it needs to go
Steward, D. V.
Social network techniques applied to Design Structure Matrix analysis. The case of a new engine development at Ferrari
Liberati, M.; Munari, F.; Racchetti, P.; Splendiani, T.
Analyzing core competence and core products for developing agile and adaptable corporation
Danilovic, M.; Leisner, P.
Applying DSM to enterprise architectures
Waldman, F.; Sangal, N.
Analyzing communication dependencies in product development using the Design Structure Matrix
Hepperle, C.; Maier, A. M.; Kreimeyer, M.; Lindemann, U.; Clarkson, P. J.
Structural awareness in complex product design – the Multiple-Domain Matrix
Maurer, M.; Lindemann, U.
Benefits derived from use of DSM as part of the Adept Approach to managing engineering projects
Newton, A.; Steele, J.; Austin, S.; Waskett, P.
DMM partitioning analysis for design study procedure optimization
A simulation model to predict impacts of alterations in development processes
Lukas, M.; Gärtner, T.; Rohleder, N.; Schlick, C. M.
The projection relationship between object process models (opm) and design system matrices (DSM)
Crawley, E.; Colson, J.
A survey on process complexity management
Approach for the function driven process design for the development of mechatronic systems
Braun, S. C.; Diehl, H.; Petermann, M.; Hellenbrand, D.; Lindemann, U.
Product, process and network domain interface modelling
Mass customizations approach using Design Structure Matrix
Shamsuzzoha, AHM; Helo, P.; Kekäle, T.
Module and interface identification and definition – a comprehensive approach using DSM
Helmer, R.; Yassine, A.; Meier, C.
The System Overlap Matrix – A method and tool for the systematic identification of commonality opportunities in complex technical systems
Hofstetter, W. K.; Wooster, P. D.; de Weck, O. L.; Crawley, E. F.
Pre-selection of hybrid electric vehicle architectures during the initial design phase
Gorbea, C.; Fricke, E.; Lindemann, U.
Using DSM for the modularisation of self-optimizing systems
Gausemeier, J.; Kahl, S.; Steffen, D.
Product structures designed for variants
Eigner, M.; Zagel, M.
Complexity management using multiple-domain mapping - development of high pressure punps for common rain systems
Greiner, M.; Warga, J.; Braun, T.
Managing complexity in automotive safety development
Herfeld, U.; Fürst, F.; Braun, T.
The Multi-Domain-Mapping-approach and target costing
Biedermann, W.; Maurer, M.; Lindemann, U.
A systematic method for modelling and analysing conceptual design information
Mocko, G. M.; Fadel, G. M.; Summers, J. D.; Maier, J. RA.; Ezhilan, T.
On the role of DSM in designing systems and products for changeability
de Weck, O. L.
Assessment and improvement of software systems by applying DSM
van Roosmalen, H.
Component classification: A change perspective
Koh, E.; Keller, K.; Eckert, C. M.; Clarkson, P. J.
Dynamic, DSM-based analysis of software product architectures
Sosa, M. E.; Browning, T. R.; Mihm, J.
New variant management using multiple-domain mapping
Braun, T.; Deubzer, F.
Using DSM to test the software architecture
Applying DSM in the Energy Sector:Practical Problems And Insights from Industry
System-level based IDM/DSM/DMM Dataset for Multi-Project Coordination
Khudaykova, T.; Danilovic, M.