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SPREADSHEET-BASED MODELS WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH - DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS

Pham-Van, Tri-Ngoc (2004):
SPREADSHEET-BASED MODELS WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH - DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS.
In: 24th Computers and Information in Engineering (CIE) Conference, September 28 - October 2, Salt Lake City, [Book Section]

Abstract

Since 1996, the Collaborative Research Center 392 (CRC 392) has been working on the interdisciplinary research project ?Development of Environmentally Sound Products ? Methods and Tools?. One of the important work packages of this project is the development of the object-oriented information model. In this model, the environmental knowledge of domain experts (process data) and the product data (e.g. from CAx systems) have been integrated and serve as fundament for the ecological assessment of a technical product during the product development process. This paper describes an approach for an interdisciplinary team, which consists of IT experts and domain experts developing the object-oriented information model. With this approach a domain expert can independently, simultaneously and easily design, implement and verify his own partial models, which will be automatically connected to the complete object-oriented information model through the defined interfaces. This approach shows a combination of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), the programming language JAVA, a spreadsheet application (e.g. Microsoft-Excel) and a database.

Item Type: Book Section
Erschienen: 2004
Creators: Pham-Van, Tri-Ngoc
Title: SPREADSHEET-BASED MODELS WITH OBJECT-ORIENTED APPROACH - DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTS
Language: English
Abstract:

Since 1996, the Collaborative Research Center 392 (CRC 392) has been working on the interdisciplinary research project ?Development of Environmentally Sound Products ? Methods and Tools?. One of the important work packages of this project is the development of the object-oriented information model. In this model, the environmental knowledge of domain experts (process data) and the product data (e.g. from CAx systems) have been integrated and serve as fundament for the ecological assessment of a technical product during the product development process. This paper describes an approach for an interdisciplinary team, which consists of IT experts and domain experts developing the object-oriented information model. With this approach a domain expert can independently, simultaneously and easily design, implement and verify his own partial models, which will be automatically connected to the complete object-oriented information model through the defined interfaces. This approach shows a combination of the Unified Modeling Language (UML), the programming language JAVA, a spreadsheet application (e.g. Microsoft-Excel) and a database.

Title of Book: 24th Computers and Information in Engineering (CIE) Conference, September 28 - October 2
Place of Publication: Salt Lake City
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Department of Computer Integrated Design (DiK)
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
Date Deposited: 23 Oct 2009 13:11
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