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The Resource Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development : a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support, Frank Neumann ; with a preface by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna

Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development : a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support, Frank Neumann ; with a preface by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna

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Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development : a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support
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Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development
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a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support
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Frank Neumann ; with a preface by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna
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eng
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Frank Neumann focuses on establishing a theoretical basis that allows a description of the interplay between individual and collective processes in product development. For this purpose, he introduces the integrated descriptive model of knowledge creation as the first constituent of his research framework. As a second part of the research framework, an analysis and modeling method is proposed that captures the various knowledge conversion activities described by the integrated descriptive model of knowledge creation. Subsequently, this research framework is applied to the analysis of knowledge characteristics of mechatronic product development (MPD). Finally, the results gained from the previous steps are used within a design support system that aims at federating the information and knowledge resources contained in the models published in the various development activities of MPD. Contents Descriptive Model of Knowledge Creation in Interdisciplinary Product Development Research Framework for the Analysis of Knowledge Characteristics of Product Development Process Elements of MPD Semantic Technologies and Architecture for Design Support System in MPD Target Groups Researchers, students and practitioners in the field of interdisciplinary and mechatronic product development as well as in engineering informatics About the Author Frank Neumann is professor at the HTW Berlin - University of Applied Sciences. He teaches classes in software architecture, software engineering and CAD
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Neumann, Frank
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658.5/75
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  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • BUSINESS & ECONOMICS
  • New products
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Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development : a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support, Frank Neumann ; with a preface by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna
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  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Abstract; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Definitions; List of Abbreviations; 1 Introduction and Motivation; 1.1 Problem Analysis; 1.1.1 Product and Technology Related Challenges; 1.1.2 Process Related Challenges; 1.1.3 Structure Related Problems; 1.2 Problem Definition, Objectives, and Research Questions; 1.3 Approach and Structure of the Thesis; 2 Mechatronic Product Development; 2.1 Introduction and Terminological Understanding; 2.1.1 Contexts of Terminological Understanding; 2.1.2 Paradigms of Mechatronics
  • 2.1.3 Definitions of Mechatronics2.2 The Evolution of Mechatronic Products; 2.3 Mechatronic Systems ; 2.3.1 Characteristics and Definition; 2.3.2 Structure of Mechatronic Systems; 2.4 Mechatronic Product Development ; 2.4.1 Characteristics and Definition; 2.4.2 Development Methodologies in MPD; 2.5 Mechatronics Engineering Science ; 2.5.1 Disciplinary Interactlan and Evalutionary Models ; 2.5.2 Disciplinary Interactions and Evolution of MPD and Mechatronics Engineering Science; 2.5.3 Conclusions; 2.6 Modeling and CAx Tools in Mechatronic Product Development
  • 2.6.1 Definition of a Modeling Taxonomy2.6.2 Identification of Modeling Tools; 2.6.3 Allocation of Models to Design Phases of the VDI Guideline 2206; 3 Knowledge: Concepts and Taxonomies; 3.1 An Information Science Perspective on Data, Information, and Knowledge; 3.2 Knowledge Taxonomies; 3.2.1 Knowledge Explicitness; 3.2.2 Organizational Reach of Knowledge; 3.2.3 Causal, Conditional and Strategic Knowledge; 3.2.4 Declarative and Procedural Knowledge; 3.2.5 Conclusions; 4 A Cognitive Psychology Perspective on Individual Knowledge Creation; 4.1 Overview on Descriptive Models of Thinking
  • 4.2 Dual-Process Theories of Thinking4.2.1 Dual-System View in Decision Making and Judgment; 4.2.2 Generalization of Dual-Processing and Dual System Theories; 4.3 Tripartite Model of Mind; 5 Organizational Knowledge Creation; 5.1 A Knowledge Science Perspective on the Model of Organizational Knowledge Creation; 5.1.1 Organizational Knowledge Creation: Process and Model; 5.1.2 Knowledge Dynamics: Knowledge Flows and Life Cycles; 5.1.3 Ba: Shared Context for Knowledge Creation ; 5.1.4 Knowledge Resources; 5.2 Knowledge Management; 5.2.1 Overview; 5.2.2 Critical Remarks
  • 6 Research Framework for the Analysis of the Knowledge Characteristics of Product Development6.1 An Descriptive Model of Knowledge Creation in Interdisciplinary Product Development; 6.1.1 Individual Knowledge Creation within Product Development; 6.1.2 Organizational Knowledge Creation in Product Development; 6.1.3 Synthesis of the Descriptive Model for Knowledge Creation in Interdisciplinary Product Development; 6.2 Taxonomies of Knowledge in Product Development; 6.3 Requirements for the Analysis of Knowledge Characteristics within Product Development
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Analyzing and modeling interdisciplinary product development : a framework for the analysis of knowledge characteristics and design support, Frank Neumann ; with a preface by Univ.-Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dr. h.c. Sándor Vajna
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Includes bibliographical references
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text
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Contents
  • Preface; Acknowledgments; Abstract; Table of Contents; List of Figures; List of Tables; List of Definitions; List of Abbreviations; 1 Introduction and Motivation; 1.1 Problem Analysis; 1.1.1 Product and Technology Related Challenges; 1.1.2 Process Related Challenges; 1.1.3 Structure Related Problems; 1.2 Problem Definition, Objectives, and Research Questions; 1.3 Approach and Structure of the Thesis; 2 Mechatronic Product Development; 2.1 Introduction and Terminological Understanding; 2.1.1 Contexts of Terminological Understanding; 2.1.2 Paradigms of Mechatronics
  • 2.1.3 Definitions of Mechatronics2.2 The Evolution of Mechatronic Products; 2.3 Mechatronic Systems ; 2.3.1 Characteristics and Definition; 2.3.2 Structure of Mechatronic Systems; 2.4 Mechatronic Product Development ; 2.4.1 Characteristics and Definition; 2.4.2 Development Methodologies in MPD; 2.5 Mechatronics Engineering Science ; 2.5.1 Disciplinary Interactlan and Evalutionary Models ; 2.5.2 Disciplinary Interactions and Evolution of MPD and Mechatronics Engineering Science; 2.5.3 Conclusions; 2.6 Modeling and CAx Tools in Mechatronic Product Development
  • 2.6.1 Definition of a Modeling Taxonomy2.6.2 Identification of Modeling Tools; 2.6.3 Allocation of Models to Design Phases of the VDI Guideline 2206; 3 Knowledge: Concepts and Taxonomies; 3.1 An Information Science Perspective on Data, Information, and Knowledge; 3.2 Knowledge Taxonomies; 3.2.1 Knowledge Explicitness; 3.2.2 Organizational Reach of Knowledge; 3.2.3 Causal, Conditional and Strategic Knowledge; 3.2.4 Declarative and Procedural Knowledge; 3.2.5 Conclusions; 4 A Cognitive Psychology Perspective on Individual Knowledge Creation; 4.1 Overview on Descriptive Models of Thinking
  • 4.2 Dual-Process Theories of Thinking4.2.1 Dual-System View in Decision Making and Judgment; 4.2.2 Generalization of Dual-Processing and Dual System Theories; 4.3 Tripartite Model of Mind; 5 Organizational Knowledge Creation; 5.1 A Knowledge Science Perspective on the Model of Organizational Knowledge Creation; 5.1.1 Organizational Knowledge Creation: Process and Model; 5.1.2 Knowledge Dynamics: Knowledge Flows and Life Cycles; 5.1.3 Ba: Shared Context for Knowledge Creation ; 5.1.4 Knowledge Resources; 5.2 Knowledge Management; 5.2.1 Overview; 5.2.2 Critical Remarks
  • 6 Research Framework for the Analysis of the Knowledge Characteristics of Product Development6.1 An Descriptive Model of Knowledge Creation in Interdisciplinary Product Development; 6.1.1 Individual Knowledge Creation within Product Development; 6.1.2 Organizational Knowledge Creation in Product Development; 6.1.3 Synthesis of the Descriptive Model for Knowledge Creation in Interdisciplinary Product Development; 6.2 Taxonomies of Knowledge in Product Development; 6.3 Requirements for the Analysis of Knowledge Characteristics within Product Development
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