Mathematical framework for recursive model-based system design
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- Mabrok, M.A., Elsayed, S. & Ryan, M.J. Nonlinear Dyn (2016) 84: 223. doi:10.1007/s11071-015-2418-1
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In this paper, we introduce a mathematical framework that allows the designer to consider more of the proposed ideas and options in conceptual design phase into the design process. The proposed model allows for dynamical relationship between the system’s high-level requirements and the detailed design parameters, where an optimization engine can optimize over the design parameters and variables for a given range in the requirement. This is done by proposing an input/output block structure named recursive design modular (RDM). The output of RDM is the functions that the system supposes to perform at particular level. The input of RDM is the design parameters that control the required behaviour through a set of mapping or transformation.