Ahmad, N and Wynn, DC and Clarkson, PJ (2011) Information models used to manage engineering change: A review of the literature 2005-2010. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 538-549..Full text not available from this repository.
Engineering change is a significant part of any product development programme. Changes can arise at many points throughout the product life-cycle, resulting in rework which can ripple through different stages of the design process. Managing change processes is thus a critical aspect of any design project, especially in complex design. Through a literature review, this paper shows the diversity of information models used by different change management methods proposed in the literature. A classification framework for organising these change management approaches is presented. The review shows an increase in the number of cross-domain models proposed to help manage changes.
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