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Requirements, Methods and Research Issues for Modeling the Product Realization Process

Published

Author(s)

Kevin W. Lyons, M R. Duffey

Abstract

This paper presents a bottom up introduction to process modeling requirements for product realization which should drive new methods and computer tools. Though relatively high-level and organizational in scope, these models are attracting interest among design engineers, system engineers, and technical managers whose decisions affect the complex downstream task interactions that cross organizational boundaries. A recent study of industrial usage, industrial requirements, and research issues is presented.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the IFIP Workshop - Working Group 5.7 Reengineering the Enterprise
Conference Location
Galway, Ireland, 1
Conference Title
Reengineering the Enterprise (Galway)

Keywords

business process re-engineering, enterprise modeling, IDEF, PERT, Petri Net, PM, process modeling, product realization, project management

Citation

Lyons, K. and Duffey, M. (1995), Requirements, Methods and Research Issues for Modeling the Product Realization Process, Proceedings of the IFIP Workshop - Working Group 5.7 Reengineering the Enterprise, Galway, Ireland, 1 (Accessed April 20, 2024)
Created June 30, 1995, Updated October 12, 2021