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Combining unmergeables: A methodological framework for axiomatic fusion of qualitative design theories
Horvath, Imre // 2019
The proposed methodological framework concerns axiomatic theory fusion (ATF) of non-additive engineering design theories. ATF includes seven steps: (i) semantic discretization of the composite ...
Comparing Utility-Based and Network-Based Approaches in Modeling Customer Preferences for Engineering Design
Sha, Zhenghui (2); Bi, Youyi (1); Wang, Mingxian (3); Stathopoulos, Amanda (1); Contractor, Noshir (1); Fu, Yan (3); Chen, Wei (1) // 2019
Customer preference modeling provides quantitative assessment of the effects of engineering design attributes on customers? choices. Utility-based approaches, such as discrete choice model (DCM), and ...
COOPERATIVE AND APPLICATION-ORIENTED LEARNING IN ENGINEERING DESIGN – SYSTEMS DESIGN METHODOLOGY EDUCATED ON SOLUTIONS FOR MOUSETRAP-POWERED VEHICLES
Kaspar, Jerome; Vielhaber, Michael // 2019
According to recent studies, scientists and trend researchers are both quite confident that changes within the next two decades will be much more extensive and pioneering than the changes during the ...
CREATIVE CONNECTIVITY PROJECT – A NETWORK BASED APPROACH TO UNDERSTAND CORRELATIONS BETWEEN INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP DYNAMICS AND CREATIVE PERFORMANCE
Torrisi, Vanna Savina (1); Manfredi, Sabato (2); Iacopini, Iacopo (3); Latora, Vito (4) // 2019
Creativity, technology and innovation are the main driving forces of our modern world and they often trigger behavioural and cultural changes in our societies. Several studies on creative ...
Creative Space: A Systematic Review of the Literature
Thoring, Katja (1,2); Desmet, Pieter (1); Badke-Schaub, Petra (1) // 2019
This paper provides an overview of the state-of-the-art research about creative work and learning environments. We conducted a systematic literature search within the Scopus database and identified a ...
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ACADEMIC PROJECT FOR FOSTERING OPEN INNOVATION BETWEEN COMPANIES FROM DIFFERENT INDUSTRIAL SECTORS: A CASE STUDY.
Gutierrez-Aristizabal, Juliana; Ruiz-Arenas, Santiago // 2019
Collaborative projects integrating companies and universities have been traditionally conducted between entities from interrelated industrial sectors. Nevertheless, theory about innovation states ...
Design interventions for promoting the mental health of young academics
Ma, Sanghyun; Ruensuk, Mintra; Kim, Chajoong // 2019
It is essential to graduate students to contribute researching in their academic field. Although it leads to the success of academic career path, the students are more at high risk of mental health ...
Design of a custom-made cranial implant in patients suffering from Apert syndrome
Mandolini, Marco (1); Brunzini, Agnese (1); Brandoni Serrani, Eleonora (1); Pagnoni, Mario (2); Mazzoli, Alida (1); Germani, Michele (1) // 2019
This study defines a methodological procedure for the design and manufacturing of a prosthetic implant for the reconstruction of a midsagittal bony-deficiency of the skull due to the Apert congenital ...
Designing for better healthcare: A systemic approach utilising behavioural theory, technology and an understanding of healthcare delivery systems
Nicholas W Ciccone, Francois Patou, and Anja M Maier // 2019
An ageing population leading to more chronic disease is straining healthcare systems. This paper makes two core contributions to healthcare systems design research: Firstly, a systemic ...
Designing products with a focus on self-explanatory assembly, a case study
Parmentier, Davy Dani // 2019
Designing products with a focus on self-explanatory assembly can reduce the use of procedural instructions and the associated problems. This paper describes how different groups of students, in two ...
DEVELOPING CULTURAL SENSITIVITY: A STUDENT’S PERSPECTIVE
van Boeijen, Annemiek (1); Sonneveld, Marieke (1); Hao, Chen (1); Khodadadeh, Yasaman (2) // 2019
In a globalized world, with interconnected societies experiencing a complexity of multicultural subgroups, designers cannot ignore the cultural aspects of their designs, of their way of designing and ...
DO WE NEED A NEW THEORY OF DRAWING? EXPLORATION ON TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE BETWEEN PHYSICAL AND DIGITAL VISUALISATION
Novoa, Mauricio // 2019
half a century. Locally, drawing as a tool for co-creativity and building new knowledge is something that is more mentioned than practiced. The drawer works greatly in isolation. However, new ...
DOUBLE BLENDED LEARNING FOR MASTER DESIGN STUDENTS & DESIGN PRACTITIONERS
van Boeijen, Annemiek // 2019
e culture and apply the results to their work.
We assumed that the course would give working professionals the opportunity to learn and benefit from these master students' work; their reflections on ...
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.
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 ...
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”
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.