Grabowski, Hans; Weißkopf, Jörg // 1998
Zwicker, E.; Meier, M. // 1998
Tiihonen, Juha; Lehtonen, Timo; Soininen, Timo; Puikkinen, Antti; Sulonen, Reijo; Riitahuhta, Asko // 1998
This paper presents a method for managing and modelling a product family as a configurable product. The method enables efficient management of a large number of product variants. The modeling is ...
Blackenfelt, Michael; Andersson, S6ren // 1998
This is a study of a leg-based mobile robot prototype which has been designed based on the specified requirements for both variant leg and variant foot principles. Modular design was emphasised from ...
Stake, Roger B.; Blackenfelt, Michael // 1998
Modularisation of a product family may be done for various reasons, to various degrees and by using various approaches. A modular product family may be the result of a conscious redesign of an ...
Adunka, Robert; Wartzack, Sandro // 1998
Klose, J.; Musoro, R. // 1998
Bikker, Henk; van Till, Roelf // 1998
The paradigm of the Order Entry Point recognizes the necessity of anticipating the external needs from the market and the internal needs from design and manufacturing, to act partly on prognosis and ...
Keutgen, I.; Birkhofer, H. // 1998
Gubesch, A.; Knauer, M. // 1998
McKay, Alison; de Pennington, Alan // 1998
If companies are to gain advantage from adopting STEP (STandard for the Exchange of Product model data [ISO303]) then the gap between the application context of an Application Protocol (AP) and the ...
O'Sullivan, Barry // 1998
A product family can be regarded as a collection of products which are similar - similarity being defined from a number of perspectives. For example, a collection of products may be regarded as a ...
Nilsson, Per; Erixon, Gwmar // 1998
The deployment and use of a design method is dependent on the availability of the method. Easy available tools, largely increases its usefulness. Simplicity and clearness together with an easy ...
Hochmuth, Rüdiger; Schweiger, Willy // 1998
Franke, Hans-Joachim // 1998
Weber, Christian; Britten, Werner; Thome, Oliver // 1998
McKay, Alison // 1997
The integration of the multiple product structures that typically ()u.:ur in a business process is one way in which the business process itself may be enhanced. As with the integration of ...
Yin, XiangDong; Schmidt, Andreas; Jorden, Walter // 1997
Vajna, Sandor; Wegner, Britta // 1997
Andreasen, Mogens Myrup; Mortensen, Niels Hendrik // 1997