Leading the Web in Concurrent Engineering: Next Generation Concurrent Engineering

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Parisa Ghodous, Rose Dieng-Kuntz, Geilson Loureiro
IOS Press, 2006 - 885 pages
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"This publication contains papers on the recent advances in concurrent engineering research and applications. Concurrent Engineering (CE) is known as a strategic weapon to achieve industrial competitiveness by developing products better, cheaper and faster using multi-functional teamwork. With this book, the editors focus on developing new methodologies, techniques and tools based on Web technologies required to support the key objectives of CE. For several years, with different technologies of information diffusion and sharing provided by the Web, new opportunities have appeared to improve the concurrent engineering approach. This book brings together concurrent engineering with Web technology and applications. The Web is not merely an immense book where people can search, browse, and view information. It is also a vast database that can allow computers to do more useful work. By developing a Web that holds information for both human and machine processing, people solve problems that would otherwise be too tedious or complex to solve. This book is of interest to researchers, industrials and students interested in the recent advances in concurrent engineering research and applications."
 

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Contents

The Ubiquitous Web
3
EADS Pilot Based on ATHENA Results
10
Wavelets to Enhance Computational Intelligence in ComputerAided
22
A Roadmap from Methodology
32
An AutomatonBased Approach for Web Service Mediation
47
Towards an OntologyEnabled Approach Helping SMEs to Access
57
Creating a Network of Decentralised Portals
80
Autonomic Workflow Management in AgentBased Structural Health
95
The Role of Associations in CAD and PLM for Handling Change
507
Platform Module Design for Variety and Cost of Product Family
523
Progress Toward and the Promise of Multidiscipline Engine Simulation
539
Intelligent Layout Design for Complex Mechatronic Products Based
552
A Fuzzy QFD Approach for Designing Internal Processes for Air Cargo
560
CAD Interactions for Increasing Designers Awareness of Manufacturability
568
Concurrent Conceptual Design of MovableCounterweights Method
576
Proposal for a Product Model Dedicated to the Foundry Industry
587

An Assured Environment for Collaborative Engineering Using Web Services
111
A Distributed Architecture for Collaborative Design
128
Supporting Interactive and Collaborative Product Configuration for Internet
143
Focus on Changes Impact
161
OntologyBased Mediation System
181
Managing Concurrent Engineering Design Processes and Associated
198
Combining Ontology Engineering with HTN Planning
214
Improving Mappings Discovery for Semantic Interoperability
227
Using Context to Improve Semantic Interoperability
243
Knowledge Acquisition for Generative Model Construction
263
An Approach for Building Project Memories to Facilitate Design Process
279
Knowledge and Object Phylogenetic Production Cascades The TELOS Case 96
296
Knowledge Management to Support Lean Product Development
304
Capitalization of Knowledge from Projects
317
The Ubiquitous Factory of the Future Based on STEPNC
337
System Engineering Applied to Specification and Characterisation of Data
354
Secured Information System for Concurrent Engineering Applications
389
Concurrent Use in an Image Management System
403
Multilingual Indexing Based on Ontologies
418
Using External Knowledge to Solve MultiDimensional Queries
426
An IR Model Based on a SubTree Representation
450
Business Development Process Assisted by QFD
469
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485
Concurrent Engineering and the Dynaxity Approach How to Benefit
488
Transmission Systems Design Decisions MultiCriteria Optimization
595
An Object Oriented Extensible Architecture for MultiLevel Systems Analysis
603
An HTN Planning Approach for Power System Scheduling Using SHOP2
611
The PDES Workbench
619
Process Chains of Machining Tools
627
Parallel hpFinite Element Simulations of 3D Resistivity Logging Instruments
635
Knowledge Driven Optimization and Finite Element Analysis of Aircraft
643
Integrated Approach for Developing Agile Strategy
663
Product Family Design Based on Real Options Valuation
671
Application of Information Theory to the Quantification of Concurrent
679
A Proposed Method for Cost Estimating for Low Volume Infrequent
699
Understanding Decision Making in Cost Engineering Using Protocol Analysis
707
Incorporating Cost Analysis in a Multi Disciplinary Design Environment
729
Transferring Knowledge Between Implementers when Building
749
Adapting the ELO Rating System to Competing Subpopulations in a ManHill
766
The Evaluation of Advantageous Industries and the Analysis of Their Global
787
Concurrent Engineering Application on the Development of Parts for
805
Methods and Tools to Support the Cooperative Design of Oneofakind
818
Games Requirements
826
Study on Rough SetBased Clustering Result Presentation Method for High
844
Enterprise System Implementation in Integrated Context
863
Author Index
883
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