Design Rationale for Computer-Supported Conflict Mitigation

@inproceedings{PeaMora1995DesignRF,
  title={Design Rationale for Computer-Supported Conflict Mitigation},
  author={Feniosky Pe{\~n}a-Mora and Duvvuru Sriram and Robert Logcher},
  year={1995}
}
The development of large-scale engineering systems requires the collaboration of numerous specialists. Their decisions reflect their different perspectives of a project and these different perspectives typically lead to many conflicts. These conflicts, if not resolved early, create more expensive designs, delays in the design-construction process, and compromises in the final product. This paper presents research on the representation, use, and communication of design rationale for conflict… CONTINUE READING

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