Publication: Research - peer-review › Article in proceedings – Annual report year: 2011
This paper studies the characteristic properties of Engineering Design (ED) processes from a process modelling perspective. In a first step, we extracted nine characteristics of engineering design processes from the literature and in a second step validated the findings using results from our survey among academic and industrial ED process modelling experts. In a third step, we added a further nine characteristics from personal experiences in the Language Engineering Domain to capture the pragmatic perspective. We arrive at a comprehensive set of 18 characteristics grouped into 6 challenges for process modelling in the engineering design domain. The challenges process modelers need to address when using and developing process modelling approaches and tools are: Development, Collaboration, Products & Services, Formality, Pragmatics, and Flexibility. We then compare the importance of elicited and suggested challenges and characteristics within engineering design with software engineering and business process modelling and discuss similarities and differences.
|Title||Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Engineering Design : Impacting Society through Engineering Design|
|Number of pages||600|
|Volume||1: Design Processes|
|Conference||18th International Conference on Engineering Design : Impacting Society Through Engineering Design|
|Period||15/08/11 → 18/08/11|
- process model, design process modelling, requirement elicitation, business process modelling, modelling, product development, design
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