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Author Young, J.M. 1975- openurl 
  Title Nesting Automated Design Modules In An Interconnected Framework Nesting Automated Design Modules In An Interconnected Framework Type Book Whole
  Year 2005 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages -  
  Keywords Product Design Generator, Automated Design Framework, Computer Aided Engineering  
  Abstract This thesis seeks to extend the PDG methodology by developing a generalized formal method for nesting PDGs in an interconnected system. A procedure for decomposing an individual PDG into reusable modules will be defined and a software architecture will be presented which takes advantage of these reusable modules. This method breaks the PDG structure into discrete elements known as PDG objects, PDG modules and PDG services. Each of these elements forms a distinct unit of reuse and each can be seen as a little PDG. Two different industrial implementations of this method are presented. These examples show that it is possible to share PDG services amongst multiple PDGs and provide a mechanism to create a PDG for a complicated system.  
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Author TERZI, S. openurl 
  Title Gestion du Cycle de Vie des Produits: Définitions, Problèmes Ouverts et Modèles de Référence Type Book Whole
  Year 2005 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages -  
  Keywords Communication and Information Sciences/Information system engineering  
  Abstract Nos travaux de thèse contribuent au domaine de la Gestion du Cycle de Vie des Produits (PLM : Product Lifecycle Management) selon deux objectifs : l'un concerne plus particulièrement l'analyse et l'état de l'art des concepts liés au domaine du PLM alors que le second va chercher à tirer avantage de ces concepts pour la formalisation d'un metamodèle adapté à la Traçabilité des produits tout au long de leur cycle de vie.La gestion intégrée de toute information relative au produit et à sa production est une des questions majeure de l'industrie. Une des réponses à cette question, actuellement d'actualité, concerne un paradigme naissant, défini par le vocable de Gestion du Cycle de Vie des Produits (PLM : Product Life Cycle Management). Dans ce contexte, l'une des problématiques concerne la traçabilité des produits tout au long de leur cycle de vie qui induit ainsi une nécessaire interopérabilité de l'information ainsi que des efforts de standardisation. Afin d'assurer ces échanges d'information, notre contribution, basés sur la situation actuelle des systèmes d'information d'entreprise (qui manipulent l'information sur les produits), doit aboutir à la définition d'une vue holonique d'un modèle conceptuel orienté produit d'un système de production, formalisant la structure du système d'information associé aux données de traçabilité des produits.  
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Author Akram, M.S. openurl 
  Title Managing Changes to Service Oriented Enterprises Type Book Whole
  Year 2005 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages -  
  Keywords Computer Science  
  Abstract In this thesis, we present a framework for managing changes in service oriented enterprises (SOEs). A service oriented enterprise outsources and composes its functionality from third-party Web service providers. We focus on changes initiated or triggered by these member Web services. We present a taxonomy of changes that occur in service oriented enterprises. We use a combination of several types of Petri nets to model the triggering changes and ensuing reactive changes. The techniques presented in our thesis are implemented in WebBIS, a prototype for composing and managing e-business Web services. Finally, we conduct an extensive simulation study to prove the feasibility of the proposed techniques.  
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Author Ajoku, P. openurl 
  Title Building Trust For Service Assessment In Internet-Enabled Collaborative Product Design & Realization Environments Type Book Whole
  Year 2005 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
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  Keywords Industrial Engineering  
  Abstract Reducing costs, increasing speed and leveraging the intelligence of partners involved during product design processes are important benefits of Internet-enabled collaborative product design and realization environments. The options for cost-effective product design, re-design or improvement are at their peak during the early stages of the design process and designers can collaborate with suppliers, manufacturers and other relevant contributors to acquire a better understanding of associated costs and product viability. Collaboration is by no means a new paradigm. However, companies have found distrust of collaborative partners to be the most intractable obstacle to collaborative commerce and Internet-enabled business especially in intellectual property environments, which handle propriety data on a constant basis. This problem is also reinforced in collaborative environments that are distributed in nature. Thus trust is the main driver or enabler of successful collaborative efforts or transactions in Internet-enabled product design environments. Focus is on analyzing the problem of ¡®trust for services¡¯ in distributed collaborative service provider assessment and selection, concentrating on characteristics specific to electronic product design (e-Design) environments. Current tools for such collaborative partner/provider assessment are inadequate or non-existent and researching network, user, communication and service trust problems, which hinder the growth and acceptance of true collaboration in product design, can foster new frontiers in manufacturing, business and technology. Trust and its associated issues within the context of a secure Internet-enabled product design & realization platform is a multifaceted and complex problem, which demands a strategic approach crossing disciplinary boundaries. A Design Environment Trust Service (DETS) framework is proposed to incorporate trust for services in product design environments based on client specified (or default) criteria. This involves the analysis of validated network (objective) data and non-network (subjective) data and the use of Multi Criteria Decision Making (MCDM) methodology for the selection of the most efficient service provision alternative through the minimization of distance from a specified ideal point and interpreted as a Dynamic (Design) Trust Index (DTI) or rank. Hence, the service requestor is provided with a quantifiable degree of belief to mitigate information asymmetry and enable knowledgeable decision-making regarding trustworthy service provision in a distributed environment.  
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Author Yslaire, openurl 
  Title Maudit soit le fruit de ses entrailles...: Troisième génération (1856-1871) Type Book Whole
  Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
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  Keywords Amour; Paris  
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  Notes Bibliothèque travail, rendu le 27/10/06 Approved no  
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