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A Description Language for Design Process Management

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A Description Language for Design Process Management
A language for defining design discipline characteristics is proesign discipline characteristics such as abstraction levels, design object classifications and decompositions, design objectives, and design methodologies can be defined in a simple machine and human readable form. The language, DDDL, has led to the development of a user interface for Minerva II, a design process management tool, which, when configured with a design discipline description, can be used to aid teams of designers in the solution of complex multi-disciplinary design problems. DDDL and user interface examples are presented.
Peter R. Sutton, Stephen W. Director
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Type Conference
Year 1996
Where DAC
Authors Peter R. Sutton, Stephen W. Director
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