Query returned 1014 results.
THE LURE OF THE MEASURABLE IN DESIGN RESEARCH
Eckert, C.; Clarkson, P.J.; Stacey, M.K. // 2004
Beginning design research projects by defining success criteria, judged by numerical measurements, is a very attractive idea. But defining a priori success criteria is problematic, as is using ...
THERE IS NOTHING AS PRACTICAL AS A GOOD THEORY – AN ATTEMPT TO DEAL WITH THE GAP BETWEEN DESIGN RESEARCH AND DESIGN PRACTICE
Birkhofer, H. // 2004
The paper addresses the gap between the expectations of designers working in a competitive industrial environment and the outcome of design research focusing on specific, scientifically interesting ...
TOWARDS A THEORY OF PRODUCT DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS
Hansen, C. Thorp; Andreasen, M. Myrup // 2004
The product design specification is an important element in a product development project because it defines the target to be met. One requirement on the product design specification is to articulate ...
TRANSFER OF KNOWLEDGE AMONG DIFFERENT BRANCHES WITH USE OF THE THEORY OF TECHNICAL SYSTEMS
Formanek, J.; Hosnedl, S. // 2004
The proposed paper will present the developed methodology for transfer of knowledge between two or more different branches. It comes out from the current knowledge of Engineering Design Science, ...
A FRAMEWORK OF THE GENETIC-ENGINEERING-BASED DESIGN THEORY AND METHODOLOGY FOR PRODUCT INNOVATION
Chen, K-Z; Feng, X-A // 2003
A NEW APPROACH OF INNOVATIVE DESIGN : AN INTRODUCTION TO C-K THEORY.
Hatchuel, A.; Weil, B. // 2003
A SURVEY OF CONTEXT MODELING: APPROACHES, THEORIES AND USE FOR ENGINEERING DESIGN RESEARCHES
Longueville, B.; Gardoni, M. // 2003
AN INFORMATION MODEL. FOR MECHATRONIC PRODUCTS FOCUSING ON EARLY DEVELOPMENT PHASES
Svensson, Daniel; Hallin, Karl; Zimmerman, Tiond; Malmqvist, Johan // 2003
In mechatronic product development, there is a lack of a common understanding among different engineering domains. One step towards improving this situation is to propose information models capable ...
CAPTURING PRODUCT REQUIREMENTS INTO THE TRANSFORMATION MODEL OF A TECHNICAL PROCESS BY USING UML
Korpela, T. // 2003
DEVELOPING PLANS OF USE: AN ALTERNATIVE ANALYSIS OF ENGINEERING DESIGNING
Vermaas, P. E.; Houkes, W. // 2003
ENGINEERING DESIGN - THEORY AND PRACTICE
Fredriksson, B. // 2003
INFUSED DESIGN: A BRIEF INTRODUCTION
Shai, O.; Reich, Y. // 2003
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND LEARNING CULTURE IN DISTRIBUTED ENGINEERING
Troxler, P.; Lauche, K. // 2003
NEW THEORY-BASED CONCEPTS FOR PDM AND PLM
Weber, C.; Deubel, T. // 2003
ON THE COMPLEXITY OF THE DESIGNER-ARTIFACT-USER SYSTEM
Maier, J. R. A.; Fadel, G. M. // 2003
RELATIONS BETWEEN MODULARISATION AND PRODUCT STRUCTURING
Andreasen, Mogen Myrup // 2003
All products have a structure, but what is actually structure and what is seen as a good structure? We try to answer these questions by looking upon the basics of product structure, the domain theory ...
SITUATION THEORETIC ANALYSIS OF FUNCTIONS FOR A FORMAL THEORY OF DESIGN
Kikuchi, M.; Nagasaka, I. // 2003
THE AUTOGENETIC DESIGN THEORY - AN EVOLUTIONARY VIEW OF THE DESIGN PROCESS
Clement, S.: Jordan, A.; Vajna, S. // 2003
THE DATABASE “METHODOS” ASSISTS AN EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF DESIGN METHODS
Franke, H-J; Löffler, S.; Deimel, M. // 2003
THE GAME OF RATIONAL ENGINEERING DESIGN
Samuel, A.; Lewis, W. // 2003
WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED DESIGN RESEARCH?
Blessing, L. // 2003
A Concurrent Engineering Information Model Based on the STEP Standard and the Theory of Domains
Aganovic, D.; Nielsen, J.; Fagerström, J.; Clausson, L.; Falkman, P. // 2002
An information model that is capturing product and manufacturing system design, as well as the idea of concurrent engineering, is emphasized in this paper. First, a case product is decomposed along ...
A Different View on PDM and its Future Potentials
Weber, C.; Werner, H.; Deubel, T. // 2002
Objective of the paper is to re-conceive the nature and development potentials of PDM-systems, based on a new approach to design theory called “property-driven development/design” (PDD). PDD is a new ...
A Review of Product Development Performance Metrics Investigations with Emphasis on the Designer Level
Acosta, C. L. M.; Araújo, C. S.; Trabassos, L. G. // 2002
The study discussed in the paper is a review of the outstanding literature on Product Development (PD) metrics (both theoretical and practical), and also on our own industrial experience on the ...
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