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Avatar-mediated creativity: When embodying inventors makes engineers more creative
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We investigate how avatars, which are virtual representations of the self, may be a medium for stimulating creativity. Expand
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Enriching design with X through tailored additive manufacturing knowledge : a methodological proposal
a promising technology and opened up new prospects for the product development. Nevertheless, design methods remain predominantly based on conventional manufacturing processes and AM capabilitiesExpand
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Scientometric Study of Product Lifecycle Management International Conferences: A Decade Overview
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This study proposes an analysis of the growth of the scientific literature on PLM over a 10 year period using standard bibliometric techniques. Expand
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Using avatars to tailor ideation process to innovation strategy
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We design avatars’ appearance so as to implement a Need-seeker or a Technology-driver innovation strategy. Expand
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An illustrated glossary of ambiguous PLM terms used in discrete manufacturing
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Product lifecycle management (PLM) is a strategic product-centric, lifecycle-oriented and information-driven business approach that strives to integrate people and their inherent practices, processes, and technologies, both within and across functional areas of the extended enterprise. Expand
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Proposition of a PLM tool to support textile design: A case study applied to the definition of the early stages of design requirements
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The key stakes in the implementation of a new PLM tool for the early stages of design in textile industry. Expand
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Social identity cues to improve creativity and identification in face-to-face and virtual groups
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This research draws on the social identity approach to investigate group performance in face-to-face and virtual brainstorming settings. Expand
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Requirement mining for model-based product design
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This paper proposes: 1 an NLP pipeline to automatically extract requirements from prescriptive documents 2 a machine learning-based text classifier to automatically classify requirements into disciplines. Expand
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Early stages of apparel design: how to define collaborative needs for PLM and fashion?
Companies are faced with increasing challenges in their own environment. In several areas of the industry, but also among the suppliers, more and more competitors emerge. Companies react to thisExpand
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