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E-Business applications are often required to use different, incompatible, message sets to implement message interfaces for a business-to-business (B2B) communication. This makes communication with every new partner a new interoperability problem. In this article, we present a semantic-mediation...
Product lifecycle, a knowledge-intensive process, consists mainly of market analysis, product design and process development, product manufacturing, product distribution, product in use, post-sale service, and product recycling. Performing and achieving each activity or its supply chain...
Considering the lack of efficient coordination of task interdependencies in a collaborative design system, the temporal and resource coordination mechanisms for the problems in our investigation are established based on Petri Nets. The whole system could be expanded as a Petri Net for simulation...
Engineering design is validated by engineering analysis. In the process for predicting the physical behavior of the design, the design components, physical mechanisms, etc. are idealized as models, the contents of which depend on a various factors such as the type of product, the validation...
This study presents a systematic method for concurrently developing the product variety. The proposed method integrates three approaches successively. First, the quality function deployment approach identifies the external driven factors of design variation. Second, the quantified design...
Recently, much effort has been put into the application of information technology in all product manufacturing processes in order to introduce new products to the market more rapidly and efficiently and trim the cost for product development. Especially, digital production supports all the...
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