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Multi domain modeling with graph databases

Multi domain modeling with graph databases

Year: 2013

Section: Analysis and Modeling of Multiple Domains

Editor: Scheurmann, E.; Maurer, M.; Schmidt, D.; Lindemann, U.

Author: Hackl, J. (1); Gumpinger, T. (1); R

Series: DSM

Institution: 1: Technische Universit

Section: Analysis and Modeling of Multiple Domains

Pages: 46-54

ISBN: 978-3-446-43803-3

Abstract

This paper presents the use of graph databases in multi-domain modeling. Computational tools have been developed to model and analyze complex systems by querying system model elements and their relations across domains. Graph-based thinking is established as a tool in the research field of complexity management and product family design. The recent availability of general-purpose graph databases makes it possible to unify system model thinking and data storage. This paper connects graph databases with system modeling of multiple domains and presents an example of a product family structure. Data storage types as well as strengths and weaknesses of using graph databases in system modeling are presented.

Keywords: Multi-domain modeling, graph database, product family, modularity

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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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