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authors Roy, U., Pramanik, N., Sudarsan, R., Sriram, R.D. and Lyons, K.W.
year 2001
title Function-to-form mapping: model, representation and applications in design synthesis
source Computer-Aided Design, Vol. 33 (10) (2001) pp. 699-719
summary Design of a new artifact begins with incomplete knowledge about the final product and the design evolves as it progresses from the conceptual design stage to a moredetailed design. In this paper, an effort has been made to give a structural framework, through a set of generic definitions, to product specification, functionalrepresentation, artifact representation, artifact behavior and tolerance representation. A design synthesis process has been proposed for evolution of a product from theproduct specification. The proposed design synthesis method is a mapping from the functional requirements to artifacts, with multi-stage constrained optimization duringstages of design evolution. Provisions have been kept to augment and/or modify the product specification and domain knowledge during stages of development to guidethe design process. The effectiveness of the proposed design process has been illustrated with a simple design example based on a sample artifact library. An overalldesign scheme has been presented.
keywords Design Synthesis, Function-To-Form Mapping, CAD, Object-Oriented Representation, Conceptual Design
series journal paper
email uroy@ecs.syr.edu
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