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DSM 2012 Proceedings of the 14th International DSM Conference, Kyoto, Japan

Gain competitive advantage by managing complexity

Year: 2012

Editor: Onishi, Moritoyo; Mayrer, Maik; Kirner, Katharina; Lindemann, Udo

Series: DSM

Pages: 154

ISBN: 978-3-446-43354-0

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Publisher:- Carl-Hanser-Verlag, Munich, 2012

The International Dependency and Structure Modelling (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 2012 event took place on 13.-14.09.2012 in Kyoto, Japan.

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
A generalized deterministic analysis of product development process using DSM
Murthy, P. N. S. (1); Ramachandran, P. (2); Uppal, T. (1); Kumar, S. K. (1) (Additional)
Formation of the DSM Industry Special Interest Group (DSMiSIG)
Stowe, H. A. (1); Paynting, R. (2); Scheurmann, E. (2) (3-15)
DSM based knowledge configuration methodology
Boudouh, T. (1); Vernier, C. (1,2); Lebaal, N. (1); Gomes, S. (1) (17-29)
Welding process analysis using literature-based Design Structure Matrix
Maisenbacher, S. (1); Yassine, A. (2); El-Zein, M. (3); Goyal, R. (4); Maurer, M. (1) (31-41)
Design for adoptability – Support of upgrade strategies to react to evolving stakeholder needs and requirements
Schrieverhoff, P.; Lindemann, U. (43-52)
MDM-based representation of requirement/function relation in the sound design for consumer electronics
Seki, K.; Yamagishi, K.; Nishimura, H. (53-64)
Value and waste dependencies and guidelines
Siyam, G.I. (1); Kirner, K.G.M. (2); Wynn, D.C. (1); Lindemann, U. (2); Clarkson, P.J. (1) (65-78)
Flexibility analysis of a supply chain using Design Structure Matrix
Yousefi, Z.; Malaek, S.M.B.; Emamipour, S. (79-88)
Conditional DSM
Chang, C.-W. (1); Chiang, D.M. (2) (91-99)
Finding parameter constraint networks in a product system
Hirao, A.; Oizumi, K.; Aoyama, K. (101-110)
A port-based approach for modelling the structure of mechatronic modules
Kernschmidt, K.; Bayrak, G.; Vogel-Heuser, B. (111-123)
Effective & efficient DSM configuration guidelines for low-cost development of complex systems
Mirshekarian B., S. (125-137)
Generating a network of information dependencies automatically
Senescu, R. R.;Head, A. W.; Steinert, M.; Fischer, M. A. (139-152)
A matrix-based approach for a qualitative assessment of system architecture specific processes regarding efficiency
Bauer, W.; Elser, H.; Lindemann, U. (155-166)
Functional structure based change assessment in product design
Oizumi, K.; Aoyama, K. (167-180)
Structural complexity metric for engineered complex systems and its application
Sinha, K.; de Weck, O. (181-192)
Handling a Design Structure Matrix based on fuzzy data
Bonnal, P. (1); Baudin, M. (1,2); Ruiz, J.-M. (2,3) (195-209)
Management of relationships between product information on model based design process
Eguchi, T. (1); Koga, T. (2); Aoyama, K. (3) (211-224)
Using DSM for extracting and analyzing the underlying problems of our projects
Morita, K. (225-237)
Integrated modelling of product- and process-related information
Albers, A.; Braun, A.; Salomon, S. (239-251)
A DSM-based “2.0” system for human intervention planning and scheduling in facilities emitting ionizing radiations
Baudin, M. (1,2); Bonal, P. (1); De Jonghe, J. (1) (253-262)
Designing interoperable lean, agile, resilient and green industrial ecosystems
Cabral, I.; Grilo, A. (263-273)
Interplay between product architecture and organizational structure
Sinha, K. (1); James, D. (2); de Weck, O. (1) (275-288)
Architecture migration using DSM in a large-scale software project
Maki, T. (291-300)
A new approach to component reuse in multi-software development project management by using an information-centric project model
Sakaedani, A. (1,2); Yasui, T. (2); Shirasaka, S. (2); Maeno, T. (2) (301-313)
Classifying components based on change propagation potential
Grinnell, R.; Schmidt III, R.; Austin, S. (317-328)
Analysing process-oriented BIM execution plan using MDM
Jacob, J.; Varghese, K. (329-341)
Creating dynamic organizational modularity in lean construction design – Combining MDM and DSM methodology systematically
Reichardt, T. (1,2); Elezi, F. (1); Tommelein, I. D. (2); Lindemann, U. (1) (343-355)
An ontology-representation of the integrated product engineering model
Albers, A.; Braun, A.; Schmalenbach, H. (359-369)
Dependency structure matrix modelling for human resource allocation
Albers, A.; Breitschuh, J.; Lohmeyer, Q. (371-383)
Stability of collaborative R&D networks: A simulation study
Gust, P. (1); Altfeld, N. (2); Kreutzfeldt, J. (2) (385-399)
The prediction of erratic states in product development
Khastehdel, M.; Mansour, S. (401-410)
Modelling of cooperative work in concurrent engineering projects based on extended work transformation matrices with hidden state variables
Schlick, C. M.; Schneider, S.; Duckwitz, S. (411-422)
Simulation of product change effects based on design structure and domain mapping matrices
Schneider, S.; Schlick, C. M.; R (423-435)
Increasing value in development projects using Domain Mapping Matrix
Yang, Q.; Lu, T. (437-445)
The Explainer and its use in engineering
Steward, D. V. (449-460)
A Conceptual Approach to improve configuration of a prolonged manned mission spacecraft based on DSM
Malaek, S.M.B.; Zohrevandi, E. (463-472)
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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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