Request Driven Generation of RFLP Elements at Product Definition
Recent achievements in product modeling emphasize self adaptive instancing of generic models, active intelligent property (IP) representations, and multidisciplinary product concept definitions. Although current leading product lifecycle management models (PLM) are in possession of these advanced capabilities, new complexity related problems arise at definition of active knowledge and higher level abstraction model entities. As contribution to solution for the above problems, this paper introduces new request driven behavior centered method for the generation of requirements, functional, logical, and physical (RFLP) structure elements and active knowledge features in PLM model. The requirements, functional, and logical elements provide high level abstraction for representation of multidisciplinary product concept design while knowledge features assist generation of product features on the physical level. The proposed method is aimed to be suitable for intelligent application purposed extension of PLM modeling systems.
KeywordsProduct Model Product Lifecycle Management High Level Abstraction Product Object Product Behavior
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