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INVESTIGATING ELEMENTARY DESIGN METHODS: A PROCESS-ORIENTED AND MODEL-BASED APPROACH

INVESTIGATING ELEMENTARY DESIGN METHODS: A PROCESS-ORIENTED AND MODEL-BASED APPROACH

Year: 2010

Section: DESIGN THEORY AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

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

Author: Zier, S.; Kloberdanz, H.; Birkhofer, H.

Section: DESIGN THEORY AND RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

Pages: 87-94

Abstract

Nowadays most of the design methods introduced in literature are not new but rather modifications or further developments of existing methods. Therefore the system of methods has an evolutionary grown character. Hence the aim of investigating elementary methods is to develop a systematic approach for the deduction, description and improvement of design methods. This paper shows a systematic approach for investigating elementary design methods. Thus, a system of model spaces in product development was created, which is the basis to review the sub-processes within product development.

Keywords: elementary methods, design methods, design processses

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DESIGN 2010 - 11th International Design ConferenceCreative thinking, computational synthesis, environmental concerns, structural complexity, mechatronics, modelling of engineering processes, decision making, research quality, product development, embodiment, ... Each of these terms covers a range of activities, practical efforts and research streams. Excerpted from the DESIGN 2010 topic and workshop titles these terms epitomise the multi-dimensional nature of design that gathers all of the authors and participants to the DESIGN conference events. Our...

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