Design Structure Matrix Extensions and Innovations: A Survey and New Opportunities

@article{Browning2016DesignSM,
  title={Design Structure Matrix Extensions and Innovations: A Survey and New Opportunities},
  author={Tyson R. Browning},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Engineering Management},
  year={2016},
  volume={63},
  pages={27-52}
}
The design structure matrix (DSM), also called the dependency structure matrix, has become a widely used modeling framework across many areas of research and practice. The DSM brings advantages of simplicity and conciseness in representation, and, supported by appropriate analysis, can also highlight important patterns in system architectures (design structures), such as modules and cycles. A literature review in 2001 cited about 100 DSM papers; there have been over 1000 since. Thus, it is… CONTINUE READING
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