Case-based Evolutionary Design for Mass Customization

  title={Case-based Evolutionary Design for Mass Customization},
  author={Mitchell M. Tseng and Jianxin Jiao},
Reuse suggests itself as a natural technique to satisfy the increasing diversity of customers’ demands with mass production efficiency. This paper proposes a case-based evolutionary design (CBED) approach to achieving the goal of mass customization. The essence of the approach lies in a concept of the case class and a product family architecture centered design process model. Issues associated with the approach are discussed in the context of CBED for mass customization, involving case content… CONTINUE READING
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