Many-Valued and Many-Sorted Structure Relations

DS 97: Proceedings of the 21st International DSM Conference (DSM 2019), Monterey, California, September 23rd - 25th 2019

Year: 2019
Editor: Harold (Mike) Stowe; Tyson R. Browning; Steven D. Eppinger; Jintin Tran; Paulo Montijo
Author: Eklund, Patrik (1); Johansson, Mats (1); Löfstrand, Magnus (2); Winter, Michael (3)
Series: DSM
Institution: Umea University, Örebro University, Brock University
Section: New Methods and Algorithms
Page(s): 10
DOI number:
ISBN: 978-1-912254-06-4


System-of-systems engineering and related models of engineering design require intertwining of structures, respectively, at least for components in products, engineering and business activities, and people involved in those activities as also specifically connected with production and its management. In this paper we describe the logical machinery of system-of-systems engineering and related models of engineering design in sufficient so as to enable to describe the algebraic foundation of the many-valued logic that is inherent in these systems and structures. We are thus essentially unravelling the hidden and underlying logic of these systems and their related information and process structures, focusing on interaction between elements of the system.

Keywords: Information, many-valued logic, process, system-of-systems


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