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The development of mechatronic products involves multiple stakeholders which have different viewpoints and therefore use different concepts, models and tools to deal with their concerns of interest. This paper argues that an increased emphasis needs to be placed on the relations between viewpoints to be able to deal with the evolving scope and requirements(More)
Embedded systems, with their tight technology integration, and multiple requirements and stakeholders, are characterized by tightly interrelated processes, information and tools. Embedded systems will as a consequence be described by multiple, heterogeneous and interrelated descriptions such as for example requirements documents, design and analysis models,(More)
Academic thesis, which with the approval of the Royal Institute of Technology, will be presented for public review in fulfillment of the requirements for a Doctorate of Technology in Machine Design. The public review is held in Room B319, Abstract Managing consistency is a major concern in the design of complex engineering systems. At times, inconsistencies(More)
The varying stakeholder concerns in product development today introduces a number of design challenges. From the perspective of Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), a particular challenge is that multiple views established to address the stakeholder concerns are overlapping with many dependencies in between. The important question is how to adequately(More)
In this paper, we have investigated the role of dependencies in the design process of mechatronic products. Since explicit modeling of dependencies is largely considered unnecessary today, current languages do not support dependency modeling due to lack of sufficiently expressive language constructs. However, this paper argues that modeling dependencies is(More)