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O/S.M: An object-oriented approach for software requirements/analysis phase [chapter]

Louis Lasoudris, Stephen Liao
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
As others methods, 0/S.M has a lot of models for information, behavioural and functional structure, and suggests a guideline for analysis and requirements phases.  ...  The use of 0/S.M leads analysts to capture requirements and to validate their results.  ...  an object-oriented modeling technics and a guideline for requirements/analysis phase using system theory [Simon, 1962] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34879-7_51 fatcat:qciomf25pbbchn36u6qdnm4kua

Adaptive Design of Engineering Change Management in Highly Iterative Product Development

G. Schuh, J.-P. Prote, M. Luckert, F. Basse, V. Thomson, W. Mazurek
2018 Procedia CIRP  
This fact impedes an efficient comparison and choice of appropriate product family combinations for the production system.  ...  To address these additional, time-dynamic requirements, this study creates a method for the continuous adaption of ECM using the concept of complexity management.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the German Research Foundation (DFG) for funding this work in the research and development project "Cluster of Excellence -Integrative Production Technology  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2018.02.016 fatcat:kalrrencd5erjdsazjvg6bggpu

Making a case for transdisciplinarity

Carmel M Martin
2003 Canadian Family Physician  
more complex, models recognizes the dynamics, complexity, and non-linearity of  ...  for multiple ways of knowing, • a system of values that is open, participator y, respectful, and focused on the "real world," • new practical integrative research methods and rules for synthesizing and  ...  Moving deliber- ately into different, more complex, models recog- nizes the dynamics, complexity, and non-linearity of Making a case for transdisciplinarity Carmel M.  ... 
pmid:12901490 pmcid:PMC2214260 fatcat:rf5tmrsbavacxellrxr423gzwa

Introductory Chapter: Recent Trends in Systems-of-Systems Design, Modeling, Simulation and Analysis for Complex Systems, Gaming and Decision Support Final [chapter]

Tien M. Nguyen, Tung X. Bui
2021 Systems-of-Systems Perspectives and Applications - Design, Modeling, Simulation and Analysis (MS&A), Gaming and Decision Support  
Therefore, the development of a complex SOS Type 2 architecture requires a full consideration of the technical feasibility of the constituent systems within Family of Systems (FoS), systems within different  ...  same family, • The family of SoS that requires frequent upgrade/refresh due to technology changes can cause a loss of interoperability with family of SoS that have stable requirements, • Practically,  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.97754 fatcat:foxyg3pbfvgcvhsdho5bta4w5a

An Approach to Caring for Patients with Complex Comorbidities for Family Physician: The SBAR4 model

Kheng Hock Lee, Lian Leng Low
2017 The Singapore family physician  
In this article, we introduce the SBAR4 model and propose it as a framework for managing patients with complex co-morbidities.  ...  This model is easy to learn and use by family physicians as it is based on the familiar SBAR model of clinical communication and Pendleton's 7 Tasks of consultation.  ...  THE SBAR4 MODEL FOR COMPLEX CO-MORBIDITIES e SBAR4 Model (Annex A) is an integration of the SBAR and Pendleton model.  ... 
doi:10.33591/sfp.43.3.u1 fatcat:xbizgnlq6fe2zpgkt3knaofrgy

Flexible Product Line Derivation Applied to a Model Based Systems Engineering Process [chapter]

Cosmin Dumitrescu, Patrick Tessier, Camille Salinesi, Sebastien Gérard, Alain Dauron
2013 Complex Systems Design & Management  
We present the implementation of the tool support for our approach based on the Papyrus 2 SysML modeller and exemplify the concepts through a derivation example of the electric parking brake system.  ...  Furthermore, in the automotive domain, product diversity increases system complexity so much, that reuse becomes much more difficult and time consuming.  ...  We do not capture role information for example in the variability model, as in our context this kind of information can be provided by family of system models.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-34404-6_15 dblp:conf/csdm/DumitrescuTSGD12 fatcat:o4qhgkggh5hyxarisvhzzgx2h4

MBSE with/out Simulation: State of the Art and Way Forward

Bernard Zeigler, Saurabh Mittal, Mamadou Traore
2018 Systems  
The limitations of model-based support for engineering complex systems include limited capability to develop multifaceted models as well as their analysis with robust reliable simulation engines.  ...  M&S represents a core capability and is needed to address today's complex, adaptive, systems of systems engineering challenges.  ...  Multi-Perspective Families of Models Multiple objectives require different levels of explanation be provided for the same system under study.  ... 
doi:10.3390/systems6040040 fatcat:u7qxa5tzufdddoi2yys7skgwpi

Methods for the capture of manufacture best practice in product lifecycle management

A.G. Gunendran, R.I.M. Young
2009 International Journal of Production Research  
This paper also explores the application of UML-2 as a system design tool which can model these relationships and hence support the reuse of system design models over time.  ...  The representation of such complex relationships during system design typically causes problems as traditional system design tools such as UML do not readily support the capture of other than simple relationships  ...  Acknowledgment The work presented herein was undertaken under the aegis of the Knowledge and Information Management  ... 
doi:10.1080/00207540903104210 fatcat:x5dyvcobnjcrnplxssxpnf65du

Model based systems engineering as enabler for rapid engineering change management

Maximilian Meißner, Georg Jacobs, Patrick Jagla, Jonathan Sprehe
2021 Procedia CIRP  
This fact impedes an efficient comparison and choice of appropriate product family combinations for the production system.  ...  The aim is to cluster these products in new assembly oriented product families for the optimization of existing assembly lines and the creation of future reconfigurable assembly systems.  ...  Acknowledgements Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany ś Excellence Strategy -EXC-2023 Internet of Production -390621612  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2021.05.010 fatcat:7xo3nq7egrg4vcgxya54zrulw4

Substitution and Complementation of Production Management Functions with Data Analytics

Eduardo Colangelo, Torsten Kröger, Thomas Bauernhansl
2018 Procedia CIRP  
Abstract Complexity in production systems is steadily growing-one of the drivers is the customer's desire for personalization of products and services.  ...  This fact impedes an efficient comparison and choice of appropriate product family combinations for the production system.  ...  For example, working with the prediction of regular material requirements (times and quantities) leads to three types of formulas [13] :  For constant requirements (i.e. regression).  For requirements  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2018.03.145 fatcat:7raus2vierduhiaxbvdhhtukoa

Modelling the Problem of Production Scheduling for Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems

Ahmed Azab, Bahman Naderi
2015 Procedia CIRP  
Using the model and commercial software of operations research, the small instances of the problem are solved for optimality.  ...  Companies are gradually moving towards reconfigurable manufacturing systems (RMS) to achieve both changeable functionality of flexible manufacturing systems (FMS) and scalable capacity of dedicated manufacturing  ...  That is, although specified for an extended product family, the system requires reconfiguration to switch from one subfamily to another.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2015.06.015 fatcat:gpn4dkal2zavjanw7jhopdlwza

Children With Medical Complexity: An Emerging Population for Clinical and Research Initiatives

E. Cohen, D. Z. Kuo, R. Agrawal, J. G. Berry, S. K. M. Bhagat, T. D. Simon, R. Srivastava
2011 Pediatrics  
care system.  ...  We explore the diversity of existing care models and apply the principles of the chronic care model to address the clinical needs of CMC.  ...  that lasts for Ͼ12 months and involves several different organ systems or 1 organ system requiring a high level of specialty care and hospitalization.  ... 
doi:10.1542/peds.2010-0910 pmid:21339266 pmcid:PMC3387912 fatcat:ht2rot6osrhs3axftfuwg336ka

Requirements analysis for a product family of DNA nanodevices

Robyn R. Lutz, Jack H. Lutz, James I. Lathrop, Titus H. Klinge, Divita Mathur, D. M. Stull, Taylor G. Bergquist, Eric R. Henderson
2012 2012 20th IEEE International Requirements Engineering Conference (RE)  
We use goal-oriented requirements modeling to identify, specify, and analyze a product family of DNA nanodevices, and we use PRISM model checking to verify both common properties across the family and  ...  Nevertheless, our results show that requirements engineering is useful in DNA nanotechnology and that leveraging the similarities among nanodevices in the product family improves the modeling and analysis  ...  Part of the second author's work was performed while on sabbatical at Caltech and at the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences.  ... 
doi:10.1109/re.2012.6345806 dblp:conf/re/LutzLLKMSBH12 fatcat:ysmecscqofhdrombvyjijs2qyu

Towards Information Management Framework for Digital Twin in Aircraft Manufacturing

Sumit Singh, Essam Shehab, Nigel Higgins, Kevin Fowler, John A. Erkoyuncu, Peter Gadd
2021 Procedia CIRP  
This fact impedes an efficient comparison and choice of appropriate product family combinations for the production system.  ...  The aim is to cluster these products in new assembly oriented product families for the optimization of existing assembly lines and the creation of future reconfigurable assembly systems.  ...  The project is funded via ICASE studentship (2017) which is part of the EPSRC National Productivity Investment Fund.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2021.01.070 fatcat:zu2hsca32vgjxmhlgbz46ah2eq

Reconfiguration Assessment for Production Volume Changes Using Discrete-Event Simulation: A Large-Size Highly-Customized Product Case Study [chapter]

Enrique Ruiz Zúñiga, Carlos Alberto Barrera Diaz, Andrés Del Riego Navarro, Amos H. C. Ng, Takayuki Hirose, Hideki Nomoto
2022 Advances in Transdisciplinary Engineering  
the aspects of variability, data collection, model validation, and system reconfiguration.  ...  maximize the performance of complex systems.  ...  However, in many cases, more time is required for the understanding and construction of a conceptual model of the system. This conceptual model has to represent the system to be simulated.  ... 
doi:10.3233/atde220130 fatcat:53uxmdh5qfhfllt75kpvtg77ou
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