Best Practices for Establishing a Model-Based Design Culture

@inproceedings{Smith2007BestPF,
  title={Best Practices for Establishing a Model-Based Design Culture},
  author={Paul F Smith and Sameer M. Prabhu and Jonathon Friedman},
  year={2007}
}
The transition to Model-Based Design must be managed carefully, both to demonstrate short-term benefits and to establish a culture that enables the full realization of the theoretical benefits of this approach. In this paper we introduce the concepts of Model-Based Design, highlight some of its benefits, and then discuss in detail the 10 best practices for adopting a Model-Based Design culture across an organization. These best practices have been gleaned from successful and not-sosuccessful… CONTINUE READING
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