Hamraz, B and Hisarciklilar, O and Rahmani, K and Wynn, DC and Thomson, V and Clarkson, PJ (2013) Change prediction using interface data. Concurrent Engineering Research and Applications, 21. pp. 141-154. ISSN 1063-293XFull text not available from this repository.
Managing change can be challenging due to the high levels of interdependency in concurrent engineering processes. A key activity in engineering change management is propagation analysis, which can be supported using the change prediction method. In common with most other change prediction approaches, the change prediction method has three important limitations: L1: it depends on highly subjective input data; L2: it is capable of modelling 'generalised cases' only and cannot be; customised to assess specific changes; and L3: the input data are static, and thus, guidance does not reflect changes in the design. This article contributes to resolving these limitations by incorporating interface information into the change prediction method. The enhanced method is illustrated using an example based on a flight simulator. © The Author(s) 2013.
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