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DSM 2013 Proceedings of the 15th International DSM conference, Melbourne, Australia 29-30th August 2013

Reducing risk ininnovation

Year: 2013

Editor: Scheurmann,Elke; Maurer, Maik; Schmidt, Danilo; Lindemann, Udo

Series: DSM

ISBN: 978-3-446-43803-3

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Description

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 2013 event took place on 29.-30.08.2013 at the Melbourne University, Australia.

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.
ISBN 978-3-446-43803-3
Publisher: Carl-Hanser-Verlag, Munich, 2013

EventTable of Contents
Three Examples of how DSM Enhances Engineering Design Automation
Johansson, J.; Elgh, F. (3-10)
Application of DSMs for Analyzing Product and Organizational Structures
Bauer, W.; Elezi, F.; Maurer, M. (11-18)
Evaluation of a Non-Conformity Matrix Complexity using Components Modularity Metrics
Farooq, A.; Ara (19-26)
Project Risk Management using DSMs
Minogue, P. (29-36)
Managing Iterations in the Modular Real Estate Development Process
Eppinger, S.D.; Bonelli, S.; Gonzalez, A.M. (37-44)
Multi domain modeling with graph databases
Hackl, J. (1); Gumpinger, T. (1); R (46-54)
Multiple-Domain Matrices and Knowledge Maps for Visualizing Knowledge-Driven Scenarios
Schmidt, D.M; Schenkl, S.A.; Wickel, M.C.; von Saucken, C.; Maurer, M. (55-62)
Improving the Systems Engineering Process with Multi-Domain Mapping
Eppinger, S.D. (1); Joglekar, N.R. (2); Olechowski, A. (1); Teo, T. (1) (63-70)
Equivalence of Design Structure Matrix and Axiomatic Design
Tokunaga, T.; Fujimura, S. (73-80)
Probabilistic architecture generation for early negotiation
Ye, Y.; Jankovic, M.; Bocquet, J.-C. (81-88)
Identify the strategic position of suppliers within a supply chain network
Behncke, F.G.H.; K (89-96)
A Universal Complexity Criterion for Model Selection in Dynamic Models of Cooperative Work based on the DSM
Schlick, C.M.; Schneider, S.; Duckwitz, S. (99-105)
Identifying System Eigenvalues Using DSM-Uncertainty Principle Approach
El Behery, R. (107-114)
Using Boolean Operators for modeling complex logical dependencies in matrices
Gürtler, Matthias R.; Lindemann, Udo (117-123)
Design for System Lifecycle Properties – Support of Planning Processes by Modularization of Stakeholder Networks
Schoettl, F.; Bauer, W.; Lindemann, U. (125-132)
Improving Organizational Design and Diagnosis by Supporting Viable System Model Applications with Structural Complexity Management
Elezi, F.; Resch, D.; Tommelein, I.D.; Lindemann, U. (133-140)
ds endorsed conferenceDSM 2013 - 15th International DSM Conference, Melbourne, Australia

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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