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Volume 2: 31st Computers and Information in Engineering Conference, Parts A and B
Developing complex engineering systems requires the consolidation of models from a variety of domains such as economics, mechanics and software engineering. These models are typically created using differing formalisms and by stakeholders that have varying views on the same problem statement. The challenging question is: what is needed to make sure that all of these different models remain consistent during the design process? A review of the related literature reveals that this is still andoi:10.1115/detc2011-47924 fatcat:uwyjbz36njghrhxxudua33ll24