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A Generic Systems Engineering Method for Concurrent Development of Products and Manufacturing Equipment [chapter]

Erik Puik, Paul Gielen, Daniel Telgen, Leo van Moergestel, Darek Ceglarek
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
the development of a new method for lens stack-alignment and its manufacturing equipment.  ...  The method has proven to be of good use to the various system design processes but it has problems addressing the different domains concurrently.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-45586-9_18 fatcat:6qfrnbvfufbh3i7fwyb6o4x5qu

A Formal Method for Specifying The Interface of Components in Real-time Concurrent Systems

Do Van Chieu
2015 Research and Development on Information and Communication Technology  
In this paper, we propose a method for specifying the interface of components in real-time concurrent systems.  ...  Those results play a key role in the specification and verification of real-time concurrent systems  ...  In this section, we provide a specification method for concurrent real-time interfaces. A concurrent real-time system is composed of realtime concurrent components.  ... 
doi:10.32913/mic-ict-research.v3.n12.317 fatcat:p4yjwyuvebba7fdrc7gukeq4yi

Improving Environmental Performance of Products by Integrating Ecodesign Methods and Tools into a Reference Model for New Product Development [chapter]

Américo Guelere Filho, Henrique Rozenfeld, Daniela Cristina Antelmi Pigosso, Aldo Roberto Ometto
Complex Systems Concurrent Engineering  
This paper aims at proposing a systematic approach to do it by introducing some selected ecodesign methods and tools into the early phases of a reference model for NPD.  ...  New product development (NPD) is a critical process to improve a company's competitiveness.  ...  Integrating ecodesign methods and tools into a reference model for NPD When systematizing a NPD for a company, a pattern should be established to define projects for the development of products, thus contributing  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-84628-976-7_40 fatcat:qtqvjjqevzh5rnzkmq57ljbb4u

Concurrent Models for Object Execution [article]

Bob Diertens
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In previous work we developed a framework of computational models for the concurrent execution of functions on different levels of abstraction.  ...  We use this framework as base for the development of abstract computational models that allow for the concurrent execution of objects.  ...  Ita lso shows that it should not be decided which parts of a sequential system can be done concurrently,b ut what parts of a concurrent system can or should be done sequentially.I nt his article we set  ... 
arXiv:1208.3340v2 fatcat:xwgwncpgjffl3ask27qt3dxgvm

Visual Programming of Concurrent Object-Oriented Systems

STEPHAN PHILIPPI
2001 Journal of Visual Languages and Computing  
Their practical use as visual programming language for the description of (concurrent) object-oriented systems is shown with an example for the rendering of fractal images.  ...  In order to be able to understand the functionality of even small concurrent systems, visual and formally based notations for their description are needed.  ...  Thus, to be able to benefit from inheritance, a notation for the development of concurrent objectoriented systems needs to integrate concepts to avoid the redefinition of methods. • Support for seamless  ... 
doi:10.1006/jvlc.2000.0192 fatcat:oozyqll26vdazd75ccnzosi3aa

Uncertainty Problem in Dynamic Slicing of Concurrent Programs

Jingde Cheng
2009 2009 International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems  
The paper proposes two basic criteria, i.e., completeness and soundness, for dynamic slicing of concurrent programs, and shows that we should develop a dependence/influence analysis method based on selfmeasurement  ...  This paper presents a methodological review of dynamic slicing methods for concurrent programs, points out that the most intrinsic problem in all existing dynamic slicing methods is the uncertainty problem  ...  On the other hand, a good design, development, and maintenance methodology for concurrent systems must be based on a deep recognition and understanding of the intrinsic characteristics of concurrent systems  ... 
doi:10.1109/icess.2009.79 dblp:conf/icess/Cheng09 fatcat:wciwwy4dpfe4lkvtcbmrusziwa

Action-Oriented Exception Handling in Cooperative and Competitive Concurrent Object-Oriented Systems [chapter]

Alexander Romanovsky, Jörg Kienzle
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The chief aim of this survey is to discuss exception handling models which have been developed for concurrent object systems.  ...  different from that used in sequential systems; concurrent systems are best structured out of (nested) actions; atomicity of actions is crucial for developing complex systems.  ...  Acknowledgments: Alexander Romanovsky has been supported by the EC IST RTD Project on Dependable Systems of Systems (DSoS).  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-45407-1_9 fatcat:gfmm4nbtkzfrvmzm33goswkvwe

Systematic Development of Concurrent Object-Oriented Programs

Paulo Borba
1998 Electronical Notes in Theoretical Computer Science  
Therefore, a method for development of concurrent programs can beextremely useful as well.  ...  In particular, formal methods can have a great impact on the development of concurrent systems, where the e ciency of testing for assuring correctness is substantially reduced.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1571-0661(05)80227-0 fatcat:boiy5mgfpjad3huw7nx5swpnqe

Systems Concurrent Engineering for the Conception of a Hybrid Vehicle [chapter]

Geilson Loureiro, Jonas Bianchini Fulindi, Letícia Azevedo de Oliveira Fideles, Daniella Fernandes, Rosely Semabukuro, Carlos de Oliveira Lino
2010 Advanced Concurrent Engineering  
This paper presents a systems concurrent engineering approach for the conception of a hybrid vehicle.  ...  The systems concurrent engineering performs, simultaneously, stakeholders' analysis, requirements analysis, functional analysis and implementation architecture analysis, for the product, its life cycle  ...  The authors would like to thank IAE (Aeronautics and Space Institute, www.iae.cta.br) and 3SL (www.threesl.co.uk) for providing Cradle, the systems engineering environment software used for the development  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-85729-024-3_52 dblp:conf/ispe/LoureiroFFFSL10 fatcat:xx6nirnnojgq3ea6ty5m4ob2py

Flexible synchronization of shared groupware objects

Stephan Lukosch, Claus Unger
1999 ACM SIGGROUP Bulletin  
After a brief description of the object manager in total, we focus on a configurable concurrency control scheme. An example and directions for future work conclude the paper.  ...  In this paper we describe an object manager, that has been developed for simplifying groupware development.  ...  Munson et al. realized a concurrency control framework for collaborative systems [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/605610.605620 fatcat:fs2qdckbxfaxpj5bgsqjqff6qq

Project Driven Concurrent Product and Processes Development [chapter]

Janez Kuar, Lidija Rihar, Toma Berlec, Marko Starbek
2010 Products and Services; from R&D to Final Solutions  
Finally, an analysis is presented on concurrent product and processes development teams in a company; this analysis is a prerequisite for a transition to a new method of product and processes development  ...  CONCURRENT ENGINEERING TEAM OF VARIABLE STRUCTURE Case study: how is a company prepared for concurrent product and processes development A company -a component developer and supplier for the automotive  ...  /books/products-and-services--from-r-d-tofinal-solutions/project-driven-concurrent-product-and-processes-development  ... 
doi:10.5772/10383 fatcat:uwjkond2ujeffl5g53kbs4ngem

Expert knowledge elicitation to improve formal and mental models

David N. Ford, John D. Sterman
1998 System Dynamics Review  
The method improved model accuracy and credibility and provided tools for development team mental model improvement. * Many public and private sector systems increasingly depend on knowledge intensive  ...  We use the method to elicit detailed process knowledge describing the development of a new semiconductor chip.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the Python organization, their parent company, the Organizational Learning Center and System Dynamics Group at the MIT Sloan School of Management for ®nancial support  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1099-1727(199824)14:4<309::aid-sdr154>3.0.co;2-5 fatcat:nrbvjz6nj5h2tfggxgs5dnlj4y

Systems concurrent engineering for the conception of a hybrid vehicle

Geilson Loureiro, Jonas Bianchini Fulindi, Letícia Azevedo de Oliveira Fideles, Daniella Fernandes, Rosely Semabukuro, Carlos de Oliveira Lino
2011 Product Management & Development  
This paper presents a systems concurrent engineering approach for the conception of a hybrid vehicle.  ...  The systems concurrent engineering performs, simultaneously, stakeholders' analysis, requirements analysis, functional analysis and implementation architecture analysis, for the product, its life cycle  ...  The authors would like to thank IAE (Aeronautics and Space Institute, www.iae.cta.br) and 3SL (www.threesl.co.uk) for providing Cradle, the systems engineering environment software used for the development  ... 
doi:10.4322/pmd.2011.006 fatcat:tj32awaq2zhyzb67rorigxeqpi

Effective Concurrent Engineering with the Usage of Genetic Algorithms for Software Development

D.Sundar, Dr.K.Alagarsamy
2020 Zenodo  
There are numerous principles employed for the assurance of the quality of the software. Concurrent engineering with Genetic algorithms have been adopted for the software development.  ...  Software specifications are useful to the organizations to enforce a consistent approach in designing, implementing and the maintenance of the software.  ...  INTRODUCTION Concurrent engineering is a business approach which replaces the conventional product development method with one in which tasks are done in parallel and there is an early consideration for  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3992667 fatcat:iy3j5obcnvexpkc7verawsc4se

Comparison and an Improved Validation Optimistic Approach for Concurrency Control

Monika Patel, Dhiren B. Patel
2019 International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science Engineering and Information Technology  
There is a need for improvised concurrency control technique to coordinate the simultaneous execution of transactions in a multi-processing database system.  ...  The concurrency control in order to improve optimistic validation method with the traditional techniques, a new technique has been proposed.  ...  The concurrency control problem is exacerbated in a distributed DBMS (DDBMS) because users may access data stored in many different computers in a distributed system, and a concurrency control mechanism  ... 
doi:10.32628/cseit19517 fatcat:koepag23trh5nho4kt2bsns65q
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