Cooperative Knowledge Processing for Engineering Design
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Cooperative Knowledge Processing for Engineering Design

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Cooperative working environments and their development are becoming increasingly important and ever more frequent in different industrial sectors and this book provides a scientific approach for managing Team Engineering. Meta-cognitive knowledge and networks are identified as the key resources enabling engineering teams to work effectively and to reduce engineering time and this book illustrates how computer support can aid cooperative work within the context of practical methodologies and examples.
The fields covered in the book include:

State-of-the-art research in cooperative learning tools;
Practical examples and methodologies illustrating the implementation of cooperative networks; and
An interdisciplinary approach to team engineering.


This valuable new book is sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and will be essential reading for researchers, engineers, technical managers involved in the development of advanced applications for engineering and manufacturing, and software design and engineering.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 408 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 22.35mm | 658g
  • New York, NY, United States
  • English
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1999
  • XX, 406 p.
  • 1475748744
  • 9781475748741

Table of contents

Foreword. Preface. A. System Level Problems - Meeting Our Customer's Needs; A.B. Baskin. B. Cooperating Knowledge Sources; A.B. Baskin. C. Collaborative Knowledge Processing; A.B. Baskin. C1. Knowledge Capture Helps to Get It Right the First Time. C2. Time to Market Can be Reduced by Reusing Successful Solutions. C3. Simulations Embody Knowledge and Support Sharing. D. Web of Shared Understanding; A.B. Baskin. D1. Sharing Understanding Needs Communication Across the Web. D2. Shared Understanding Needs Semantic Relationships in the Web. D3. Sharing Understanding Requires Persistence of the Web. E. Engineering Problem Solving; A.B. Baskin. E1. Co-operative Problem Solving Tools Form Single User Tools. E2. Intrinsically Collaborative Support Tools. E3. Intrinsically Collaborative Products and Processes.
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