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Proc. ASME. DETC94, 20th Design Automation Conference: Volume 2 — Robust Design Applications; Decomposition and Design Optimization; Optimization Tools and Applications, 151-161, September 11–14, 1994
Paper No: DETC1994-0123
... of satisficing solutions. Our desire in writing this paper is to foster discussion rather than offering a prescription for solution. multiple objectives modeling concurrent design compromise decision support problem DE*Vol. 69-2, Advances In Design Automation - 1994 Volume 2 ASME 1994 ON MODELING...
Proc. ASME. DETC98, Volume 2: 24th Design Automation Conference, V002T02A031, September 13–16, 1998
Paper No: DETC98/DAC-5594
... in this paper. Our focus in this paper is to demonstrate a method of abstracting tribological issues to the preliminary stages of design, rather than the results per se . robust design compromise decision support problem concept exploration tribology Proceedings of DETC98 1998 ASME Design...
Proc. ASME. DETC98, Volume 2: 24th Design Automation Conference, V002T02A050, September 13–16, 1998
Paper No: DETC98/DAC-5588
... approach is presented. ORDS: design of experiments, response surfaces, sign, Taylor s expansion, Monte Carlo simulation, ray, compromise Decision Support Problem Two assertions offered in (Koch, 1997) form the the investigations in this paper: Computer codes for large-scale complex syste computationally...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2019, Volume 2A: 45th Design Automation Conference, V02AT03A042, August 18–21, 2019
Paper No: DETC2019-97379
... focus on the method rather than the results per se. KEYWORDS Mass Customization, Customer Order Decoupling Point, Formulation-Exploration, Compromise Decision Support Problem. GLOSSARY cDSP compromise Decision Support Problem CODP Customer order decoupling point DCI Design capability index EMI Error...
Proc. ASME. IDETC-CIE2002, Volume 2: 28th Design Automation Conference, 579-592, September 29–October 2, 2002
Paper No: DETC2002/DAC-34096
... of products. The approach is based on the utility-based compromise Decision Support Problem—a multi-objective decision support model with an objective function derived from utility theory. With this approach, a designer can model and consider multiple factors that influence the embodiment of product platforms...