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DSM 2010: Proceedings of the 12th International DSM Conference, Cambridge, UK, 22.-23.07.2010

DSM 2010: Proceedings of the 12th International DSM Conference, Cambridge, UK, 22.-23.07.2010

Year: 2010

Editor: Wynn, D.C.; Kreimeyer, M.; Eben, K.; Maurer, M.; Lindemann, U.; Clarkson, J.

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ISBN 978-3-446-42473-9
Carl-Hanser-Verlag, Munich, 2010

The International Dependency and Structure (DSM) Conference is the annual forum to discuss, how complex systems can be managed by understanding, modeling and designing the dependencies in a complex system.

The DSM 2010 event took place on 22.-23.07.2010 at the Engineering Design Center, University of Cambridge, UK.

Since 2007, the series of DSM Conferences is an event endorsed by the Design Society and closely connected to the Design Society's Special Interest Group on Managing Structural Complexity.

EventTable of Contents
Dependency Structure Matrix Modelling for Stakeholder Value Networks
Feng, W.; Crawley, E.F.; de Weck, O.; Keller, R.; Robinson, B. (3-16)
Using DSM Approach to Manage Interactions between Project Risks
Marle, F. (17-29)
Modelling Risk Interactions to Re-Evaluate Risks in Project Management
Fang, C.; Marle, F.; Vidal, L.-A. (31-44)
Analysis of Decision-Making Processes in the Development of Complex Solutions
Lederer, S.; Marle, F.; Hepperle, C.; Lindemann, U. (45-53)
Analysing Plan Content Using a Matrix-Based Approach
De Lessio, M.P.; Caldwell, N.H.M.; Wynn, D.C.; Clarkson P.J. (57-70)
Practical Ways of Dealing with Progress in a DSM Tool
Waskett, P.; Newton, A.; Steele, J.; Hammond, J. (71-81)
Planning Support of Initial Design Process Based on Grouping and Ordering of Tasks – Design Example of an Integrated Circuit
Hirao, A.; Koga, T.; Aoyama, K. (83-96)
PEM – a New Matrix Method for Supporting the Logic Planning of Software Development Projects
Kosztyán, Z.T.; Kiss, J. (97-110)
Modelling the Influence of Uncertainty – Process Architecture and Feedback Dynamics on PD Projects
Le, H.N.; Wynn, D.C., Clarkson, P.J. (113-124)
Using MDM-Methods in order to Improve Managing of Iterations in Design Processes
Kortler, S.; Helms, B.; Berkovich, M.; Lindemann, U.; Shea, K.; Leimeister, J.M.; Krcmar, H. (125-138)
Sufficiency Condition for Stability of a Fully Coupled Design Process
Wang, Z.; Magee, C.L. (139-152)
MDM as a Process Mapping Tool in Lean Construction
Furtmeier, F.; Graebsch, M.; Elezi, F.; Tommelein, I.D.; Lindemann, U. (153-166)
Development of Modular Product Families
Blees, C.; Jonas, H.; Krause, D. (169-182)
A Framework for Evaluating Product Architecture of Automation Production Facilities
Kissel, M.P.; Eben, K.G.M.; Braun, S.; Schmidt-Colinet, J.; Obermeier, M.; Lindemann, U.; Vogel-Heuser, B. (183-194)
Comparing Matrix-Based and Graph-Based Representations for Product Design
Tilstra, A.H.; Campbell, M.I.; Wood, K.L.; Seepersad, C.C. (195-206)
Function-Based Contact and Channel Modelling in the Development of an Innovative Car
Albers, A.; Braun, A. (207-220)
Using an Enrich Semantic in Design Structure Matrix (DSM) to Generate Less Uncertain Concepts
Holley, V.; Yannou, B.; Jankovic, M. (221-233)
DSM Based Approach for Managing Requirements, Rules and Design Parameters in Knowledge Based Design Process
Bhaskara, S. (237-248)
Structural Analysis of Requirements – Interpretation of Structural Criteria
Eben, K.G.M.; Lindemann, U. (249-261)
Using Connectivity Models to Support Design Reviews
Ariyo, O.; Heisig, P.; Wilson, P.A.; Harnden, M.; Clarkson, P.J. (263-277)
Path-Based and Pattern-Based Approaches for Change Management
Li, S.; Rajinia, E. (279-292)
The Impact of Packaging Interdependent Change Requests on Project Lead Time
Naveed Ahmad, N.; Wynn, D.C.; Clarkson, P.J. (293-306)
Reducing Data Acquisition Effort by Hierarchical System Modelling
Biedermann, W.; Strelkow, B.; Karl, F.; Lindemann, U.; Zäh, M.F. (309-318)
Multi-Domain DSM: Simultaneous Optimization of Product, Process & People DSMs
Yassine, A.A. (319-332)
Approach towards a more Flexible Handling of Domains in Complex Systems
Kohn, A.; Lindemann, U. (333-343)
Efficiently Computing with Design Structure Matrices
Hossain, S. (345-358)
Lessons from Japan: A Look at Century Housing System
Schmidt, R. III; Eguchi, T.; Austin, S. (361-373)
Matrix-Based Change Management: A Case Study in a Construction Project
Chen, J.J.; Li, S. (375-387)
The Complementary Use of the Parameter-Based Design Structure Matrix and the IFC Process Models for Integration in the Construction Industry
Pektas, S.T. (389-402)
The Use of DSM and DMM to Support SAE ARP-4754 Development Activities
Ruv Lemes, M.J.; Batista Camargo, J.B. jr. (405-418)
Exploring DSM to Support Systems Engineering of ComposableSimulation Environments
Roca, R. (419-431)
Modelling Decision and Data Dependencies in Engineer-to-Order Project Management
Zolghadri, M.; Eckert, C.; Rasoulifar, R. (433-446)
DSM-Directed Chip Design and Verification
Minogue, P. (447-460)
ds endorsed conferenceDSM 2010 - 12th International DSM Conference

Dependency and Structure Modeling (DSM) originates from the methods that have come about from using the Design Structure Matrix and similar methods (matrix-based as well as graph based). These methods have proven very valuable in designing complex systems, optimizing technical systems and product architectures and organizations, densely networked processes and large market structures. With its ability to manage complexity by looking into the structure of a system, it has led to many other advances...

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