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The Validation Square: How Does One Verify and Validate a Design Method?
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We use the terms as used in the modeling literature; i.e., verification refers to internal consistency, while validation refers to justification of knowledge claims (Barlas and Carpenter 1990). Expand
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Building Surrogate Models Based on Detailed and Approximate Simulations
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In this paper, a new approach is taken to integrate data from approximate and detailed simulations to build a surrogate model to describe the relationship between output and input parameters. Expand
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Empathic Lead Users: The Effects of Extraordinary User Experiences on Customer Needs Analysis and Product Redesign
An experiment was conducted to investigate the effectiveness of empathic lead user analysis for uncovering latent customer needs that could lead to breakthrough product ideas. Empathic lead users areExpand
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An Experimental Investigation of the Innovation Capabilities of Undergraduate Engineering Students
Background One of the goals of most undergraduate engineering curricula is to prepare students to solve openended design problems. Solving design problems requires applying technical knowledge toExpand
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Balancing Commonality and Performance within the Concurrent Design of Multiple Products in a Product Family
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We present the Product Variety Tradeoff Evaluation Method for assessing alternative product platform concepts with varying levels of commonality. Expand
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A comparison of creativity and innovation metrics and sample validation through in-class design projects
This paper introduces a new perspective/direction on assessing and encouraging creativity in concept design for application in engineering design education and industry. This research presentsExpand
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A Compilation of Design for Environment Principles and Guidelines
Public policy is becoming increasingly stringent with respect to the environmental impacts of modern products. To respond to this tightened scrutiny, product designers must innovate to lower theExpand
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Building Surrogate Models Based on Detailed and Approximate
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In this paper, a new approach is taken to integrate data from approximate and detailed simulations to build a surrogate model that describes the relationship between output and input parameters. Expand
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A high-definition design structure matrix (HDDSM) for the quantitative assessment of product architecture
As the field of engineering design matures, new techniques and methods are continuously being developed to conceptualise and analyse product architecture. These techniques and methods require productExpand
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