European Concurrent Engineering Conference 2000
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Keynote Speech

by Paul Luker, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom


1 Organization and Management

Methodology and Theory

1.8
Physical and Spatial Requirements for Concurrent Engineering

Volker Hartkopf, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA

1.2
Strategic Planning of Information Systems -From Theory to Practice

Josip Brumec, Vesna Dusak and Neven Vrcek, Varazdin, Croatia

1.3
The Need of Trades-Management in Concurrent Engineering

Xavier Boucher, Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, France

1.9
Proposal for the Improvement of the Design by Means of an Interfunctional
Team: The Project Quality Team

Domenico Falcone and Fabio de Felice, Universita degli Studi di Cassino, Cassino, Italy

1.5
Managing the Development Process for Efficient Product Programs

Knut Aasland, Detlef Blankenburg and Jari Reitan, SINTEF, Trondheim, Norway

1.10
A Business Process-Oriented Methodology for Developing E-Business
Applications

F.Bayer and H.Kuhn, BOC GmbH and S.Junginger, University of Vienna, Vienna,
Austria


Case Studies

1.4
Concurrent Engineering Adoption: An International Survey

R.Van Landeghem, A.Beuselinck, University of Ghent, Belgium, and A.Portioli,
University of Milan, Italy and V.Thomson, McGill University, Montreal, Canada

1.1
Cultural Issues in Implementing CE in an SME: A Case Study

Anna Filson and Alan Lewis, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, United Kingdom

1.6
Engineering Change: A Theoretical Assessment and Case Study

R.Barzizza, IBM Operation Control, Vimercate, and M.Caridi and R.Cigolini,
Politecnico di Milano, Milan, Italy

1.7
DMU in Extended Enterprises - Cooperative Product Development with
Suppliers

F.Bogershausen, DaimlerChrysler and K. Schiemenz, Audi AG, Ingolstadt, Germany


2 Formal Methods and Techniques

2.1
Optimization Methods Incorporated into Plant Maintenance Strategies

M.Moltrecht, University of Merseburg, Germany and P.Cameron-MacDonald, Napier University, Edinburgh, United Kingdom

2.2
Optimizing Schedules for Vehicle Production

Tom Chase, DaimlerChrysler Corporation, Center Line, USA


3 Implementation Techniques

3.1
A Man-Machine Interface (MMI) Mock-Up of a C3I System using UML

Ercan Oztemel, Selamet G.Ercelebi and Aysen Daloglu, Marmara Research Center, Gebze, Turkey

3.3
Concurrency in Monitoring Systems using Windows NT as a Real-Time
Operating System

Manuel Zaera, Manuel Esteve Juan C.Guerri and Carlos E.Palau, University of Valencia, Valencia, Spain

3.2
Hardware-Software Co-Design and VHDL-AMS: An Industrial Application

Eduard Moser, Hans-Martin Heinkel and Dirk Lamprecht, Robert Bosch GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany

3.4
A Java Based Distributed VHDL Simulator Architecture

J.Casal-Gimenez, L.T.Walczowski and K.R.Dimond, University of Kent at Canterbury, Canterbury, United Kingdom


4 Process Modeling

4.1
Investigation of Impacts of Concurrence Relationships on Rework Generation in Courseware Development Projects

Alexei V.Sioutine, University of Bergen, Bergen, Norway

4.2
Procedure Modeling of ERP based on CE

Yaxin Han, Mingyu Luo and Yuejin Tan, National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, China


5 Engineering Data Management and Information Modeling

Data Management

5.1
Preservation of Corporate Knowledge at DaimlerChrysler Aerospace Airbus

Wilfried G.Aulbur, Roland Haas and Achim Stautz, DaimlerChrysler, Germany

5.6
Integration of Design and Computational Engineering for Mechatronic Products
based on Product Data Technology

R.Anderl, A.Froehlich and S.Kleiner, Darmstadt University of Technology, Darmstadt, Germany

5.11
Horizontal and Vertical Integration of Processes and Systems in Product Development and Manufacturing

Paul Stratil and Roberto Klimmek, DaimlerChrysler Indonesia, and Budi Ibrahim, University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

5.4
Front Load Design: Handling Uncertainty in Product Design

Wiro Wickord and Joerg Wallaschek, University of Paderborn, Paderborn, Germany

5.8
A Systematic Approach for Component-Based Software Development

Clever Ricardo Guareis de Farias, Marten van Sinderen and Luis Ferreira Pires, CTIT, Enschede, the Netherlands

5.7
Applying the PDM-Enabler as an Reference Model for the Specification of PDM Customization- experiences in the Aerospace Industry

Andreas Karcher, Joerg Wirtz and Florian Fischer, TU Munchen, Munchen, Germany


Information Modelling

5.2
Cooperative Information Systems Modelling and Resources Sharing with a Reactive Agent

Razika Driouche, Mahmoud Boufaida and Zizette Boufaida, University Mnetouri of Constantine, Constantine, Algeria and Pascal Estrailler, Univ.Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France

5.3
Perspective Prioritization for Message Exchange in Concurrent Engineering

Teruaki Ito, The University of Tokushima, Tokushima, Japan

5.5
IT Solutions for the Global Field Support

Steffen Schwarz and Dieter Hege, DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart, Germany

5.10
Utilization of a Heterogeneous and Integrated IT Platform for Product Development Projects

Ralf Gunther Epp and Uwe F.Baake, debis Humaita IT Services, Brazil

6.1
Aspects of the Management of Information in Modelling Multidomain Physical Systems

Salvador Esque, Asko Ellman and Terho Nykanen, Tampere University of Technology, Tampere, Finland


6 Engineering Process Management

6.2
The Workflow Management Coalition Standard WPDL: First Steps towards Formalization

Stefan Junginger, University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria

6.3
Dealing with Concurrency in Workflow Induction

Joachim Herbst, DaimlerChrysler, Ulm, Germany

6.4
Workflow-Based Product Development

Gunter Spur, Eckhart Uhlmann and Michael Ising, TU Berlin, Berlin, Germany

6.5
Human-Factors focused Modelling Framework for Team-Building in Concurrent Engineering

Aurelian M.Stanescu, Ion Dumitrache, Valentin cristea, Adrian Curaj and Simona Caramihai, University Politechnica Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania


7 Collaborative CE Environments and Virtual Design Studios

7.1
HyperNet: A Distributed Engineering Tool for Collaborative Modelling of Petri Nets

Lorenz Daubler, and E.Schnieder, Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany

7.3
A Product-Modelling Tool to support Co-Design at SME Networks

Domenico Biondi, Democenter and Flavio Bonfatti, and Paola Daniela Monari, University of Modena, Modena, and Franca Giannini and Marina Monti, CNR, Genova, Italy

7.2
Development Environment for Mechatronic Products

R.Anderl and E.Claassen, TU Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany

7.4
A Task-Based Collaborative Environment for Distributed Engineering

Karin Schmidt, Stefanie Raether and Johannes Bumiller, DaimlerChrysler AG, Ulm, Germany


8 Networking and Distribution in CE

8.1
Developing and implementing a Framework for CASE Tool Coupling: Object Orientation upon Tool Level

Stefan Koenig and G.Bikker, Technical University of Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Germany

8.2
Federated Database Management Systems: An Architecture to Distribute Persistent Data through Heterogeneous Databases

Thierry Millan, Myriam Lamolle and Frederic Mulatero, Universite Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France

8.4
Jini, The Future of Distributed Object Management

Antonio Canales Riva, Mike Morse and Amelia Platt, De Montfort University, Leicester, United Kingdom

8.5
CEPRA: Concept and Model for a Concurrent Engineering Consulting Software System

Mathias Holsten, Rene Stach, Frithjof Weber and Michael Wunram, BIBA, Bremen, Germany

8.6
A CORBA Framework for enabling Concurrent Business Component

Oliveri Richaud and Alain Zarli, CSTB, Sophia Antipolis Cedex, France


9 Practical Applications and Experiences

8.3
Synchronous Software on Demand over the Internet - Opportunities for End Users, SoftwareManufacturers and Online Providers

Uwe von Lukas, ZGDV, Rostock: and Uwe Schwabe and Lucjan Wojcik, CAD-CAM CONCEPT, Berlin, Germany

9.1
Experiences in Virtual Enterprise Constitution and Operation

Flavio Bonfatti and Paola Daniela Monari, University of Modena, and Giordana Bonini, Democenter, Modena, Italy

9.2
Engineering Change Management in a Truck Development: A Case Study

Marcel Resende Porto, Sean Parnell and Uwe F.Baake, debis Humaita IT Services, Sao Paulo, Brazil

9.3
Carolla Development

Al Cline, Carolla Development, Worthington, USA

 


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