Virtual Prototyping: Expectations and Realizations of a New Working Paradigm [chapter]

Stefan Haas
1995 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
of the University of North Carolina, current research work and industrial applications in different areas of Virtual Prototyping were presented by fourteen papers in three sessions. Each of these sessions was followed by two parallel discussion sessions opening many exchange and communication possibilities in this new and rapidly growing area. Additionally, several participants used the opportunity to present short statements and introduce themselves. The paper contributions were grouped in
more » ... e sections: • Environments, • Product Models, and • Technologies.
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34904-6_27 fatcat:4dab2hrvevfanjwlmbdurwqzhq