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Why is Design Automation Software not Everywhere?

Schotborgh, Wouter; Kokkeler, Frans; Tragter, Hans; van Houten, Fred // 2009
This paper discusses the question how to increase the amount of design automation software in industry. First, the contemporary industrial context is outlined to motivate the need for automation of ...

Comparing and Integrating Methods of Design Activity Documentation Across Synchronous and Asynchronous Modes of Collaborative Work

Eng, N. L.; Bracewell, R. H.; Clarkson, P. J.; Giess, M. D.; McMahon, C. A.; Conway, A. P.; Ion, W. J. // 2008

DECISION MAKING IN DESIGN TEAMS: ANALYSIS OF USED AND REJECTED DECISIONS

Ensici, A.; Bayazit, N.; Badke-Schaub,P.; Lauche, K. // 2008
Nowadays, the majority of designers work as part of a team. During product development designers have to make countless decisions. Design decisions have a tremendous impact on the quality of the ...

ERROR IN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROCESS: TOWARDS A COGNITIVE MODEL

Safin, S.; Leclercq, P.; Blavier, A. // 2008
In architectural design process, the human error has a particular status. The later it is detected, the more expensive it is. Moreover, some errors can not be detected given the current state of the ...

MODULARISATION OF PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CONTENT – PROVIDING USER-SUITABLE DOCUMENTS

Lenhart, M.; Weber, H.; Birkhofer, H. // 2008
This paper introduces a procedural model for the configuration of modular content. The model helps to decrease the amount of effort necessary to generate individual documents for learning and ...

TEACHING AN INTEGRATED NEW PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SEMINAR ON COGNITIVE PRODUCTS

Shea, K.; Engelhard, M.; Helms, B.; Merz, M. // 2008
This paper describes a new interdisciplinary, project-based seminar at TU Munich, where mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science students create cognitive consumer ...

TEAM COHESION AND PROCESS ASPECTS OF TEAMWORK IN DESIGN

Neumann, A.; Badke-Schaub, P.; Lauche, K. // 2008
This paper describes a new interdisciplinary, project-based seminar at TU Munich, where mechanical engineering, electrical engineering and computer science students create cognitive consumer ...

The contribution of ergonomics in IPE-processes

Hartmann, E.; Brennecke, U. // 2008
Besides engineering design and industrial design, ergonomics is a core domain in Integrated Product Development. A crucial objective in ergonomic product design is man-machine compatibility, ...

THE ROLE OF NARRATIVE IN EVOLVING ENGINEERING DESIGN DOCUMENTATION

Eng, N. L.; Bracewell, R. H.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2008
Graph representations are emerging to replace more traditional narrative forms of knowledge capture. These seem to be a better fit for work with modern hyperlinked, non-linear computerized systems ...

TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SYSTEM ARCHITECTURE OF COGNITIVE TECHNICAL SYSTEMS

Paetzold, K.; Schmid, U. // 2008
Today increasingly intelligence is expected by technical systems with which they should be enable to operate autonomously. Therewith technical systems are to be put in the position to react flexible ...

TOWARDS A DEVELOPMENT PROCESS FOR COMPUTATIONAL SYNTHESIS SYSTEMS

Schotborgh, W. O.; Kokkeler, F. G. M.; Tragter, H.; Röring, M. H. L.; van Houten, F. J. A. M. // 2008
A computational synthesis system (CSS) automates the generation phase of a design process. Development of a CSS for a new design case has not received much attention in the literature, since most ...

Training Programs for Cognitive Components of Creativity: A Preliminary Study

Kim, Yong Se; Kim, Myung Sook; Park, Jung Ae // 2008

A Cognitive and Computational Basis for Designing

Gero, John S.; Smith, Gregory J. // 2007

A Concept for User-Specific Cognitive Flexibility-Hypertexts in Product Development

Lenhart, Marko; Weber, Harald; Birkhofer, Herbert // 2007

A Study of Designers' Cognitive Activity in Design Informational Phase

Mougenot, Céline; Bouchard, Carole; Aoussat, Améziane // 2007

Analysis of Individual Styles of Problem Solving and Their Relation With The Representations in Design Process

González-Cruz, Mª Carmen; Escrig, Elena Mulet; Zambrano, Jaime Aguilar // 2007

Cognitive Conflict in Design Teams: Competing or Collaborating?

Badke-Schaub, Petra; Goldschmidt, Gabriela; Meijer, Martijn // 2007

Design Fixation: a Cognitive Model

Condoor, Sridhar; LaVoie, Donna // 2007

Design Ideas and Impasses: the Role of Open Goals

Moss, Jarrod; Cagan, Jonathan; Kotovsky, Kenneth // 2007

Effects of Analogous Product Representation on Design-By-Analogy

Linsey, Julie S.; Laux, Jeff; Clauss, Emily F.; Wood, Kristin L.; Markman, A. B. // 2007

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  • +design community
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  • +design ~community
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  • "some words"
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