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Siemens Plm Platform Structure

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The most common representation of the PLM platform structure starts from the one described in Fig. 12.1, renamed as 18.1.

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Niemann, J., Pisla, A. (2021). Siemens Plm Platform Structure. In: Life-Cycle Management of Machines and Mechanisms. Mechanisms and Machine Science, vol 90. Springer, Cham.

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