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DSM 2011: Proceedings of the 13th International DSM Conference

DSM 2011: Proceedings of the 13th International DSM Conference

Year: 2011

Editor: Eppinger, S.D.; Maurer, M.; Eben, K.; Lindemann, U.

Series: DSM

ISBN: ISBN 978-3-446-43037-2

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ISBN 978-3-446-43037-2
Carl-Hanser-Verlag, Munich, 2011

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 2011 event took place on 14.-15.09.2011 at the Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, MA, USA.

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
Three Approaches to Complex System Decomposition
Chiriac, N.; Hölttä-Otto, K.; Lysy, D.; Suh, E.S. (3-17)
A More Flexible Way of Modeling Structure With Multiple Domains
Kortler, K.; Helms, B.; Shea, K.; Lindemann, U. (19-30)
Structural Analysis Crossing Domain Borders
Mørk, S.K.; Elezi, F.; Lindemann, U. (31-44)
A Proposal For an Augmented DSM to Assess Product Sustainability
Rocco, C.; De Napoli, L.; Rizzuti, S. (45-57)
Analysis and Visualization of Complex Computer Aided Design Models as a Design Structure Matrix
Bhaskara, S. (61-75)
Approach for a Modularization Driven System Definition Using Multiple Domains
Bauer, W.; Daniilidis, C.; Lindemann, U. (77-88)
Future-Proof Interfaces: Systematic Identification and Analysis
Bauer, W.; Maurer, M. (89-101)
Tracing of Weight Propagation for Modular Product families
Gumpinger, T.; Krause, D. (103-114)
Using the FF-DMM Matrix to Represent Functional Flow in Product Architecture
Holley, V.; Yannou, B.; Jancovic, M. (115-126)
Design Structure of Scientific Software – a Case Study
Hossain, S.; Zulkarnine, A. T. (129-141)
MDM-based Software Modularization by Analysing Inter-project Dependencies
Mirson, A.; Skrypnyuk, O.; Elezi, F.; Lindemann, U. (143-157)
Modeling Architectural Dependencies to Support Software Release Planning
Nord, R.L.; Ozkaya, I.; Brown, N.; Sangwan, R. S. (159-171)
Measuring, Tracking, and Communicating Change in Enterprise Systems With a Web-based Repository
Waldman, F.; Sangal, N. (173-185)
Execution Strategy Development Using DSM and Bayesian Belief Network-Value Transformation Approach
El Behery, R. (189-201)
Managing Project Portfolios - The Next Step
Grönevall, R.; Danilovic, M. (203-213)
Design for X-Guidelines and Lifecycle Phases with Relevance for Product Planning – a MDM-Based Approach
Hepperle, C.; Biedermann, W.; Böcker, A.; Lindemann, U. (215-228)
Expressing and Analysing Goal Models in Design Structure Matrices
Laue, R. (229-244)
Iteration Management by Identification of Value Stream in Product Development Processes
Elezi, F.; Pechuan, A.; Langer, S.; Herberg, A.; Behncke, F.; Lindemann, U. (247-258)
"Gantt-Like" DSMs
Minogue, P. (259-271)
Modeling of Periodically Correlated Work Processes in Large-Scale Concurrent Engineering Projects Based on the DSM
Schlick, C.M.; Schneider, S.;Duckwitz, S. (273-288)
Prediction of Communication Structures Based on Product Structures
Biedermann, W.; Lindemann, U. (291-300)
Using DSM Structures to Analyse Uncertainty in Load-carrying Systems
Engelhardt, R.; Eifler, T.; Birkhofer, H.; Bohn, A. (301-312)
Using the PC-DSM Matrix to Map Interaction into the Initial Set of Concepts
Holley, V.; Yannou, B.; Jancovic, M. (313-323)
Using the VoDD Matrix to Bring Design Department Voice in the Choice of Concepts
Holley, V.; Yannou, B.; Jancovic, M. (325-335)
The Use of Dependence Structure Matrix and SU-field of TRIZ in Simplifying the Complex Products
Jiang, P.; Wang, W.; Tan, R. (337-345)
MDM as a Tool for Process Improvement in Building Modeling
Hickethier, G.; Tommelein, I.D.; Hofmann, M.; Lostuvali, B.; Gehbauer, F. (349-362)
Integration of BIM and DSM to Improve Design Process in Building Construction Projects
Jacob, J.; Varghese, K. (363-376)
Managing Complexity in Lean Construction Design – Using the MDM Methodology to Create Organizational Modularity
Krinner, M.; Elezi, F.; Tommelein, I.D.; Lindemann, U. (377-390)
Ship Design Process Modeling: Capturing a Highly Complex Process
Cooper, S.; Allen, G.; Smith, R.; Billingsley, D.; Helgerson, D. (393-406)
Technology Insertion in Turbofan Engine and assessment of Architectural Complexity
James, D.; Sinha, K.; de Weck, O. (407-420)
Matrix-based Methods for Planning and Scheduling Maintenance Projects
Kiss, J.; Kosztyán, Z.T.; Németh, A.; Bognár, F. (421-434)
DSM-based Evaluation of Assembly Manufacturing Ressources
Zaeh, M.F.; Reinhart, G.; Lindemann, U.; Karl, F.; Biedermann, W. (435-448)
ds endorsed conferenceDSM 2011 - The 13th International Conference on Dependency and Structure Modelling (DSM) Techniques

Please note: Due to the sad situation at the moment in Japan, the DSM Conference 2011, originally planned to be held at Kyoto/Japan, has been shifted to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA. The date has been moved to one day earlier than originally planned: September 14 - 15, 2011. Dependency and Structure Modelling (DSM) techniques support the management of complexity by focusing attention on the elements of a complex system and how they are related...

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