Applying Fusion Techniques to Graphical Methods for Knowledge based Processing of Product use Information

@inproceedings{Dienst2010ApplyingFT,
  title={Applying Fusion Techniques to Graphical Methods for Knowledge based Processing of Product use Information},
  author={Susanne Dienst and Fazel Ansari and Alexander Holland and Madjid Fathi},
  booktitle={KMIS},
  year={2010}
}
In this paper the processing and modelling of product use information raised by graphical methods on the basis of a praxis and application scenario. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) ensures a uniform data basis for supporting numerous engineering and economic organisational processes along the entire product life cycle – from the first product idea to disposal or recycling of the product respectively. The Product Use Information (PUI) -e.g. condition monitoring data, failures or incidences of… Expand
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