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Model-based development approaches have attracted a lot of attention in the last decade due to their ability to deal with complexity in large software engineering projects. However, a natural question raises, to what extent model-based development approaches are suited to tackle engineering challenges from other application domains such as the automation(More)
Twenty-eight 9- to 14 years old boys from divorced families were compared with twenty-six 9- to 14 years old boys from two-parent families. Californian Child Q-Sort assessments (Block and Block 1980) were obtained from themselves, as well as from mother, father, a friend, and from the trained interviewer. Boys with divorced parents indicated more stress(More)
Mechatronic thinking in engineering is an upcoming trend in production system design and implementation. Several approaches and tools are considered and developed within the last years. Nevertheless, within practice the adoption of mechatronic engineering is not very fast. This is due to the required conviction of engineers about the benefits of mechatronic(More)
Twenty-eight 10- to 14 years old boys from divorced families (separation of the parents was two years before the investigation) were compared with 26 10- to 14 years old boys from two-parent families on the basis of interviews about attachment related themes and daily situations, and by means of the California Child Q-Sort (CCQ). The interviews were(More)
In diesem Beitrag wird eine Methodik vorgestellt, mit deren Hilfe Da-tenmodelle auf der Basis von gesichertem Erfahrungswissen definiert werden. Die Methodik begleitet die Entwicklung eines Datenmodells von der Anforderungser-hebung bis zur Umsetzung in einer Datenmodellierungssprache (z.B. XML Sche-ma). Die Grundidee lehnt sich an die bekannten(More)
Current architectural concepts in general demand the decomposition of a system into independent modules with well-defined interfaces. These concepts lead to a decoupling of data from the rest of the system by hiding the data access details behind an abstract interface. This pattern describes how the data access itself to exchangeable data resources can be(More)