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Technical Report: Integrated Products and Services. Knowledge Desktop: Evaluation of Demonstrator 3c (Designers)

Technical Report: Integrated Products and Services. Knowledge Desktop: Evaluation of Demonstrator 3c (Designers)
Technical Report: Integrated Products and Services. Knowledge Desktop: Evaluation of Demonstrator 3c (Designers)
The principle objective of Work Package 1 within the IPAS project has been to develop a system to support the engineering designer, so that when during the design or redesign process for a particular part, relevant information about how it, and related parts, have performed in service, should be available in an assessable form. This report details the results from the evaluation of Demonstrator 3c, conducted at Rolls-Royce Derby between 20 and 24 August 2008. While the evaluation had to be curtailed in certain respects the results were highly positive and validate the approach taken over the IPAS project, in particular Demonstrator 3a, b and c. The evaluation also identified a number of shortcoming with respect to the construction and presentation of the knowledge held in the document repository.
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Reul, Quintin, Sleeman, Derek and Crowder, Richard (2008) Technical Report: Integrated Products and Services. Knowledge Desktop: Evaluation of Demonstrator 3c (Designers) s.n. ,

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Abstract

The principle objective of Work Package 1 within the IPAS project has been to develop a system to support the engineering designer, so that when during the design or redesign process for a particular part, relevant information about how it, and related parts, have performed in service, should be available in an assessable form. This report details the results from the evaluation of Demonstrator 3c, conducted at Rolls-Royce Derby between 20 and 24 August 2008. While the evaluation had to be curtailed in certain respects the results were highly positive and validate the approach taken over the IPAS project, in particular Demonstrator 3a, b and c. The evaluation also identified a number of shortcoming with respect to the construction and presentation of the knowledge held in the document repository.

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Accepted/In Press date: 5 December 2008
Organisations: Agents, Interactions & Complexity

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Local EPrints ID: 266968
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/266968
PURE UUID: 751474cc-b6b9-4f9e-acbd-00effb4657ec

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Date deposited: 05 Dec 2008 17:53
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 07:09

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Author: Quintin Reul
Author: Derek Sleeman
Author: Richard Crowder

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