IDENTIFYING THE DESIGN ENGINEERING BODY OF KNOWLEDGE

@inproceedings{Frise2003IDENTIFYINGTD,
  title={IDENTIFYING THE DESIGN ENGINEERING BODY OF KNOWLEDGE},
  author={Peter Frise and Greg Rohrauer and Bruce P. Minaker and William J. Altenhof},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes the body of knowledge needed by engineers doing design and it presents a framework to address these needs for technology-based industries. The duality between the factual knowledge-base which engineers acquire through formal university education and the experiential knowledge-base which generally is lacking in most present-day curricula is examined. This duality is paralleled in other professions including law, dentistry and medicine in that each requires the student to… CONTINUE READING

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