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DSM-based Analysis for the Recognition of Modeling Errors in Supervisory Controller Design

Goorden, Martijn; Etman, Pascal; van de Mortel-Fronczak, Joanna; Rooda, Jacobus // 2019
The design of supervisory controllers for cyber-physical systems is steadily becoming harder as increasingly more functionality needs to be automated, the systems become larger, and safe operation ...

Eco-Innovation by Anticipatory Failure Determination (AFD) Method

Chen, Jahau Lewis; Hung, Chuan-Jr // 2019
This paper presents an eco-innovation method by revised the ?Anticipatory Failure Determination (AFD)? method which is the failure analysis tools in TRIZ theory. Using the functional analysis to list ...

Educate for Technological Innovation

Smulders, Frido; Broekhans, Bertien; Kamp, Aldert; Hellendoorn, Hans; Welleman, Hans // 2019
At Polytechnics design & engineering students are taught about state-of-the-art technical knowledge. Students become qualified engineers and learn to innovate artifacts related to their domain.

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Engineers' and biologists' roles during biomimetic design processes, towards a methodological symbiosis

Graeff, Eliot; Maranzana, Nicolas; Aoussat, Am // 2019
The strength of biomimetics comes from its ability to draw from life mechanisms and strategies to design innovative solutions. In spite of recent methodological progresses, more specifically on tools ...

Ethics and Strategy in Decision-Based Design Frameworks: Problems and Solutions

Hulse, Daniel; Hoyle, Christopher; Tumer, Irem // 2019
Engineering Design decisions impact customers, the environment and society at large in ways that have profound ethical and strategic implications for designers. Previous research in decision-based ...

Exploring the Application of Network Analytics in Characterizing a Conceptual Design Space

Gyory, Joshua T.; Goucher-Lambert, Kosa; Kotovsky, Kenneth; Cagan, Jonathan // 2019
The ability to effectively analyse design concepts is essential for making early stage design decisions. Human evaluations, the most common assessment method, describe individual design concepts on a ...

Exploring The Impacts Of Industry 4.0 From A Macroscopic Perspective

Zhou, Rongyan; Le Cardinal, Julie // 2019
Industry 4.0 is a great opportunity and a great challenge for enterprises. Nowadays, how to adjust the strategy according to the new situation to deal with the opportunities and challenges brought by ...

From Tinkering Methods to Design Thinking: Primordial Thoughts in Design Research

Menezes, Jean Henrique de Oliveira // 2019
Design thinking as explored by Bernard Roth from the Stanford d.School, Roger Martin from the Rothman School of Management, and the IDEO merger trio by Tom and David Kelley, as well as current its ...

Functorial Model Management

Breiner, Spencer (1); Pollard, Blake (1,2); Subrahmanian, Eswaran (1,2) // 2019
In this paper we use formal tools from category theory to develop a foundation for creating and managing models in systems where knowledge is distributed across multiple representations and formats. ...

Game-Based Learning of Knowledge Reuse in Engineering Education

Stenholm, Daniel; Bergsj // 2019
This paper presents an educational game fostering a new experience-based approach to teaching knowledge transfer using a codification strategy alone. The goal is to address and highlight some common ...

How does biologically inspired design cope with multi-functionality?

Svendsen, Nicklas; Lenau, Torben Anker // 2019
As catalysts for product innovation and product development, different approaches for biologically inspired design (BID) are exciting options. However, while general BID theory require a focus on ...

Hybrid Prototyping: Pure Theory or a Practical Solution to Accelerating Prototyping Tasks?

Mathias, David; Hicks, Ben; Snider, Chris // 2019
Physical prototyping is critical activity in the produce development process, but the cost and time required to produce prototypes hinders it use in the design process. Hybrid prototyping through ...

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN EXECUTION & ACADEMIC REFLECTION IN A THREE-WEEK-PACKAGE

Tollestrup, Christian // 2019
One of the structural challenges of educating industrial designers in a university setting is the bridging the gap between the rigor of science in academia and the execution oriented practice. In ...

Influence of Information Collection Strategy on Designer?s Mental Stress

Zhao, Mengting; Zeng, Yong // 2019
Information collection may affect the design quality and designer's performance through changing the structure of information and the way how information is searched and organized. Based on the ...

Innovative Design Within Tradition - Injecting Topos Structures In C-K Theory To Model Culinary Creation Heritage

Hatchuel, Armand; Le Masson, Pascal; Weil, Benoit; Carvajal-Perez, Daniel // 2019
In "Grande cuisine? creation and tradition co-evolve in a rich number of ways. Great chefs still use recipes from the 19th century and may also reinvent gastronomy itself. The creation heritage of ...

INTEGRATING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION INTO DESIGN EDUCATION: TOWARD AN EMBEDDEDNESS MODEL BASED ON DESIGN THINKING

Yu, Shu (1,2); Yuizono, Takaya (1); Kim, Eunyoung (1) // 2019
Under the trend of innovative society and economic development, how to cultivate different types of innovative professional design talents in a more effective and practical way is an important ...

Inventions and scientific discoveries: impact of designers? collaborations on creativity. An analysis towards fixation effects

Plantec, Quentin (1,2); Le Masson, Pascal (1); Weil, Benoit (1) // 2019
Scientific discoveries and inventions have long been established as two distinct and sequential activities. It has nonetheless been showed that projects aiming at producing both scientific ...

Is Organizational Design a Human-centered Design Practice?

Auernhammer, Jan Michel Kurt (1); Leifer, Larry (2) // 2019
In recent years design has had a renaissance in business and management research and practice. Several authors have discussed if management is a design practice and how far design ought to go to ...

KEEPING UP WITH COMPLEXITY

GULDEN, Tore; STØREN WIGUM, Kristin // 2019
The world population has increased exponentially. Accordingly, use of means, pressure on resources, new technology, and communication, all affects and are affected by the behaviour of the majority of ...

Optimizing Product Development Projects under Asynchronous and Aperiodic System-Local Interactions

Ogura, Masaki (1); Kishida, Masako (2); Yassine, Ali (3) // 2019
Project managers are continuously under pressure to shorten product development durations. One practical approach for reducing the project duration is lessening dependencies between different ...

Organisation design seen through systematic design

Cornelis, Thomas (1,2); Dubois, Patrice (1); Omhover, Jean-Fran // 2019
Organizations seeking to improve their performance, like Corporate Social Responsibility targets, face a key organisational design challenge. Designing the key components of the organization and ...

Orienting Through the Variants of the Shah's A-Posteriori Novelty Metric

Fiorineschi, Lorenzo; Frillici, Francesco Saverio; Rotini, Federico // 2019
Different variants of a-posteriori novelty metrics can be found in the literature. Indeed, such a kind of assessment procedures is often used to extract useful information about creativity and/or ...

OVERCOMING THE CHALLENGES OF GLOBAL COLLABORATION THROUGH DESIGN EDUCATION

Brisco, Ross (1); Whitfield, Robert Ian (1); Grierson, Hilary (1); Bohemia, Erik (2) // 2019
As technologies evolve students expect to be able to utilise the same functionality they use for personal and social communication for their academic and professional communication. To support ...

Pugh Controlled Convergence and Social Choice Theory

Nicholson, John Morgan; Collopy, Paul // 2019
The Pugh Method of Controlled Convergence is evaluated based on social choice theory, both from an axiomatic basis, and by examining all possible cases of attribute ranks for a range of numbers of ...

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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