This book is a treatise on the design process and the formal approach to design. The basic premise of the formal approach to design is that there are basic principles that govern decision making in design, just as the laws of nature govern the physics of artifacts.
KeywordsFunctional Requirement Production Rule Design Team Concurrent Design Design Consistency
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