Compatibility measurement in collaborative conceptual design
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- Compatibility measurement in collaborative conceptual design
- Kim, Duck Young; Bufardi, A; Xirouchakis, P
- Conceptual Design; Evaluation; Synthesis
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- ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV
- CIRP ANNALS-MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY, v.55, no.1, pp.151 - 154
- A product consists of various sub-functions elaborated by alternative design principles which results in many combinations. In collaborative design, designers expect that their preferences over the combinations be respected during the combination process of sub-functions, resulting in compatible combinations. We formulate the selection of compatible combinations as a combinatorial problem by: (i) defining a design principle as a list of variables with their domain and direction of designer's preferences, (ii) considering constraints among design principles, (iii) characterizing the compatibility level of combinations. A vacuum cleaner is considered with dust bag, plastic bin or cyclonic design principles for the dust collection sub-function.
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