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Integral Design Method for Conceptual Building Design

Savanovic, Perica; Zeiler, Wim // 2009
Building design processes show a sequential involvement of disciplines. Architects traditionally make designs while engineers make those designs buildable. However, most important decisions in ...

Integration von Effizienzbetrachtungen in die frühen Entwicklungsphasen von redundanten Bewegungssystemen

Labenda, P.; Sadek, T. // 2009
Bei Schadensereignissen wie z.B. Gebäudeeinstürzen können Roboter in den Bereichen Erkundung sowie Ortung und Lokalisierung von Verschütteten eingesetzt werden, so dass die Gefahren für die ...

Investigating the Experience of ‘Letting Go’ in Creative Process of Designers

Sharma,Aneesha; Poovaiah,Ravi // 2009
The experience of letting go is much spoken about and written by many practicing creative professionals, especially artists and performers. Many claim that their best works happened when they were in ...

Is "Creative Subject" of Brouwer a Designer? An Analysis of Intuitionist Mathematics From the Viewpoint of C-K Design Theory

Kazakci, Akin Osman; Hatchuel, Armand // 2009
The paper considers one of the main constructive mathematical theories - the Intuitionist Mathematics. Brouwer, the father of Intuitionist Mathematics, describes mathematics as the study of mental ...

Knowledge management: a new educational challenge for student design projects

Huet, Greg; Vadean, Aurelian; Spooner, Daniel; Camarero, Ricardo // 2009
The need for Knowledge Management (KM) related to product development activities is well established, but its practice and implementation often fall short of professional expectations. This reality ...

Let's get emotional: introducing undergraduate Product Design students to the concept of emotional design

Maclachlan, Mary; Harrison, David; Wood, Bruce // 2009
In today's highly competitive consumer market it has become increasingly difficult to distinguish products on the basis of their price, quality and technology. Organisations are therefore challenging ...

Mechanisms of Model Change in Optimization and Inventive Problem Solving Methods

Rasovska, Ivana; Dubois, Sebastien; De Guio, Roland // 2009
Two problem solving techniques can be used to solve inventive problems: optimization methods and inventive methods. Looking for a solution could be described as browsing a knowledge space. This ...

Mechatronic Design – Historical Background and Challenges for the Future

Moehringer, Stefan // 2009
The cross-linking of mechanical components by means of electronics and information technology goes unstoppably forward. New functions, more safety and comfort - mechatronics opens success potentials. ...

Methodology for Part Visualization Problem Solving (Reading, Interpretation and Creation of Multiview Technical Drawings)

Sierra Uria, Egoitz; Garmendia Mujika, Mikel; Muniozguren Colindres, Javier; Larrakoetxea Madariaga, Isabel // 2009
Part visualization is a fundamental skill in engineering. It comprises the reading, interpretation and creation of industrial technical drawings. However, engineering students show certain learning ...

Modelling Co-Evolution in Design Practice

Smulders, Frido E.; Dorst, Kees; Reymen, Isabelle M. // 2009
Co-evolution is considered as a key characteristic of designing. Several authors have described design thinking processes as the co-evolution of design problem and design solution. Its theoretical ...

Morphological Analysis of Design Concepts Emergence in Design Meetings

Savanovic, Perica; Zeiler, Wim // 2009
There is no consensus within the design research community on how to analyse design meetings. We explored a notable controversy concerning science and design. More specifically, we were interested in ...

Morphology: A Tool for Design and Analysis of Design

Zeiler, Wim; Savanovic, Perica; Quanjel, Emile // 2009
Building design involves multi-disciplinary design teams in order to integrate contributions to solve the complex design task from different disciplines such as architecture, construction, building ...

Optimization of Concurrent Engineering Projects using an Information-theoretic Complexity Metric

Schlick, C. M.; Duckwitz, S.; Gärtner, T.; Tackenberg, S. // 2009

Optimized product Development by Means of Customized Simulation tools - Theory and practice

Hinterleitner, Herbert Karl; Dierneder, Stefan; Ladner, Karl // 2009
Simulation-driven product development has become a key factor in achieving success in a highly competitive marketplace. Employing new simulation technologies in the earliest stages of design has ...

Organizational Factors Affecting Product Innovation Capability: Findings from the Med-Tech Industry

Olsson, Annika; Blomé, Mikael; Guve, Bertil; Kaulio, Matti; Norell Bergendahl, Margareta; Odenrick, Per // 2009
Research in innovation has created much knowledge to apply concerning tools, methods and processes. However, the challenge of allowing "space", time and competence for innovation capability ...

Prototyping: Facing Uncertainty through Small Wins

Gerber, Elizabeth // 2009
Design is a learning process in which new knowledge is constructed and used to shape the environment in ways that did not previously exist. Because design is about creating that which does not yet ...

Repacking Design Theory in Green

Nay, Eric Matthew // 2009
Rethinking "design thinking" as a curricular exercise takes on extra cache as the Ontario College of Art & Design rebrands and repositions itself within the landscape of art and design ...

Responses to Product Features: An Affective Neuroscience Perspective

Christoforidou,Despina; Motte,Damien // 2009
Design aesthetics concerns the study of the way the features of a product are perceived by an observer. This paper shows that the moment of perception can be advantageously described with the help of ...

Stimulating a creative approach to learning about a manufacturing process

Loy, Jennifer Elizabeth // 2009
As educators, we understand the theory of student-centered learning, but translating that into practical projects for students is a challenge compared to traditional lecturer-led, exam based ...

Study on User’s Emotions and Needs to Design a New Product for Carrying Ski Equipments

Tashakorinia, Zahra; Arabkheradmand, Amir Hossein; Choopankareh, Vahid // 2009
Users judge a new product on a series of product features based on their knowledge and expectation. Products with emotions are more usable and desired. To integrate emotions into products, designers ...

Superteams: Combining Teams in Different Locations

Wilde, Douglass James // 2009
Consider teams, constructed according to Jungian cognition theory, at various locations and that are themselves to be combined into larger "superteams". Combination is done by treating each ...

Supporting Product Innovation in Uncertainty Conditions: A U-SDSP Based Decision Making Approach

Polverini, Davide; Graziosi, Serena; Mandorli, Ferruccio // 2009
International competition intensification and product development process shortening have heightened the pressure to innovate, representing this issue nowadays a hallmark of all mature companies; it ...

Tangible Business Process Modeling

Edelman, Jonathan Antonio; Grosskopf, Alexander; Weske, Mathias; Leifer, Larry // 2009
This paper examines preliminary work applying contemporary design theory and methodology research concepts to Business Process Modeling (BPM). BPM practitioners have expressed difficulty in sharing ...

The development of an on-line learning & teaching resource for the socio-centric aspects of sustainable design

Conrad, Franziska; Humphries-Smith, Tania // 2009
This paper fits into the topics of socially relevant design, design and emotion and sustainable design and explores the question how can we create a more sustainable way of life? The paper also ...

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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