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HOW DOES EXPECTATION CHANGE PERCEPTION? : A SIMULATION MODEL OF EXPECTATION EFFECT

Yanagisawa, Hideyoshi; Mikami, Natsu // 2015
Prior expectation affects posterior perception of physical variables, such as weight of a product. This psychological effect is called expectation effect. Two different patterns of expectation ...

IDENTIFYING FLEXIBLE DESIGN OPPORTUNITIES: GETTING FROM A PROCEDURAL TO AN EXECUTION MODEL

Allaverdi, David; Herberg, Arne; Lindemann, Udo // 2015
An offshore drilling rig faces continuous need for upgrades especially due to significant uncertainty in all phases of the lifecycle. As in other application fields, rigid design usually prevails, ...

IMPACT OF ARCHITECTURE TYPES AND DEGREE OF MODULARITY ON CHANGE PROPAGATION INDICES

Colombo, Edoardo Filippo; Cascini, Gaetano; de Weck, Olivier L. // 2015
Change propagation has been investigated in many case studies; anyway, the effect of architectural choices like the degree of modularity or the presence of bus elements is still unclear. This paper ...

INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION COLLECTION STRATEGY IN PROBLEM FORMULATION ON DESIGN CREATIVITY THROUGH MENTAL STRESS: A THEORETICAL ANALYSIS

Wang, Xiaoying; Nguyen, Thanh An; Zeng, Yong // 2015
Problem formulation is an important process in design. A right solution comes from a right problem statement; creative solution may come from a creative problem statement. In this paper, three ...

IT'S NOT PERSONAL: CAN LOGBOOKS PROVIDE INSIGHTS INTO ENGINEERING PROJECTS?

Snider, Chris; McAlpine, Hamish; Gopsill, JaMES A.; Jones, Simon; Lei, Shi; Hicks, Ben // 2015
Engineering projects are often large, complex, high-value, high-risk, and distributed. As a result, it is vital to monitor and understand what is happening within each as it progresses, and highly ...

Methoden der Anforderungsstrukturierung zur Steuerung von Produktentwicklungsprozessen  (Members only )

Scholle, Philipp; Song, Young-Woo; Herzog, Michael; Bender, Beate; Gräßler, Iris // 2015
Modern product design processes are characterized by a high level of complexity
of the product in scope. The complexity is caused by changing market
demands and the availability of new ...

MODELING FACTORY SYSTEMS USING GRAPHS - ONTOLOGY-BASED DESIGN OF A DOMAIN SPECIFIC MODELING APPROACH

Plehn, Christian; Stein, Florian; Reinhart, Gunther // 2015
Changeable factory systems are a viable strategy for manufacturing companies to cope with dynamic and uncertain environments, characterized by frequent engineering changes, product and technology ...

New Product Development Visualization & Optimization using DSMs  (Members only )

Minogue, P. // 2015
Where task dependencies are sufficiently complex, process-architecture or task-based Design Structure Matrices (DSMs) can be used to visualize, analyze and optimize those dependencies.This paper ...

OPEN INNOVATION ECOSYSTEM: TOWARDS COLLABORATIVE INNOVATION

Boehmer, Annette Isabel; Lindemann, Udo // 2015
Innovation is a precondition for the success of companies in today s markets to differentiate from their competitors. Particularly disruptive innovations are addressed in numerous research ...

RISK AND INNOVATION BALANCE IN CROWDFUNDING NEW PRODUCTS

Song, Chaoyang; Luo, Jianxi; Hoelttae-Otto, Katja; Seering, Warren; Otto, Kevin // 2015
Many have considered that innovation through new and small companies is a vital driver for sustainable economic growth. Recent growth in Web 2.0 demands small companies to further incorporate risk ...

SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN ENVIRONMENTAL SOUNDNESS AND RESOURCE EFFICIENCY AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES FOR DESIGN SUPPORT

Link, Sandra; Kloberdanz, Hermann; Denz, Naemi // 2015
Environmental soundness and resource efficiency are important issues that should both be taken into account when engaging with sustainability. In recent years, several tools to assist designers to do ...

SUPPORTING VALIDATION ACTIVITIES AND SELFREFLECTION PROCESSES IN INTERDISCIPLINARY DESIGN TEAMS

Matthiesen, Sven; Schmidt, Sebastian; Klingler, Simon; Pinner, Tobias; Eisenmann, Matthias; Ludwig, Julian; Hohmann, Soeren; Albers, Albert // 2015
In order to fulfil customer demands with today’s complex mechatronic products, verification and
validation activities are crucial elements within a product development process [1]. These ...

System Level Thermal Design - Process Modeling for Functional/Structure Design using SysML and MDM  (Members only )

Seki, K.; Muraoka, Y.; Nishimura, H. // 2015
The conventional thermal design process for consumer electronics focusing exclusively on hardware is becoming insufficient for limiting thermal risk in the market. This study uses system modeling ...

THE IMPACT OF TECHNOLOGY UNCERTAINTY ON EARLY SUPPLIER INTEGRATION IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT

Geissmann, Lukas; Rebentisch, Eric Scott // 2015
This study examines how the presence of technology uncertainty affects the benefits of integrating suppliers in the product development process. A framework was created to cover the different aspects ...

The Principle of Modularity  (Members only )

Tokunaga, T.; Fujimura, S. // 2015
We propose a new principle of modularity for product design in cases where more than one function and more than one constraint contribute to modularity. The modularity matrix is defined as a set of ...

Uncertainty and Decision Making in Product Design: A Fuzzy Approach

Kumar, P.; Tandon, P. // 2015
Design of any product is associated with a number of elements like technical parameters, material properties, functional and geometrical interdependence, etc. A balance between the technical ...

UNCONSCIOUS INTERACTION BETWEEN HUMAN COGNITION AND BEHAVIOUR IN EVERYDAY PRODUCT: A STUDY OF PRODUCT FORM ENTITIES THROUGH FREEHAND SKETCHING USING DESIGN SYNTACTIC ANALYSIS

Jameel Mohamed Kamil, Shahriman // 2015
The development, advancement and critical study of design thinking challenges designers to explore
every possible factor in high value innovative design concepts. Designers must expand their ...

UNDERSTAND THE DESIGN REQUIREMENT IN COMPANIES

Li, Xuemeng; Ahmed-Kristensen, Saeema // 2015
Design requirement identification is often the initial step in the product development process, for market-pull cases. Understanding the nature of design requirements and the sources, from where they ...

A case Study of Efficient Tolerance Synthesis in Product Assemblies Under Loading

Mazur, Maciej; Leary, Martin; Subic, Aleksandar // 2014
Modelling the effects of loads on mechanical assemblies in statistical tolerance analysis typically requires the use of computationally demanding numerical simulations. The associated Uncertainty ...

ACTOR-BASED SIGNPOSTING: A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE ON MODELLING DESIGN PROCESSES

Hassannezhad, M.; Cantamessa, M.; Montagna, F. // 2014
As a central issue in design research, there currently is no generic and overarching model than can satisfy common features on various design processes (DPs). The objective of providing actionable DP ...

ASSESSING AND MITIGATING RISKS OF ENGINEERING PROGRAMS WITH LEAN MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES

Fritz, A.; Oehmen, J.; Rebentisch ,E. // 2014
Large-scale engineering programs can suffer from a variety of serious risks, which can lead to delays or even complete failure. To address these risks the "Lean Enablers for Managing Engineering ...

CLASSIFICATION OF METHODS FOR THE INDICATION OF CHANGE PROPAGATION - A LITERATURE REVIEW

Helms, S.; Behncke, F.G.H.; Lindl // 2014
Engineering changes (EC) are an unavoidable part of product development and are both source of innovation and costs. An aspect of ECs is their risk of propagating. Engineering change propagation ...

CONCEPT DEVELOPMENT IN VIRTUAL COLLABORATION: AN EXPERIMENTAL IPD CASE STUDY

Bruneau, Marina; Koehler, Nico; Kozemjakin, Miriam; Sterten, Jo; Szabados, Réka; Vidovics, Balázs // 2014
The paper introduces an experimental project that was a part of the 1st Integrated Product Development (IPD) International Summer School in 2014 (IPDISS14) announced for doctoral students and ...

Darstellung der Herausforderungen einer ganzheitlichen Nutzerbeschreibung  (Members only )

Walter, Johanna; Paetzold, Kristin // 2014
Products, which support people’s autonomy and self-determination, have to be adapted to the users’ wishes, needs and circumstances. For the development of those products it is not ...

Boolean Searches

The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:

  • design community
    Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
  • +design -community
    Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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