Including Human Behavior in Product Simulations for the Investigation of Use Processes in Conceptual Design: a Survey

@inproceedings{Wilfred2006IncludingHB,
  title={Including Human Behavior in Product Simulations for the Investigation of Use Processes in Conceptual Design: a Survey},
  author={Wilhelm F. Wilfred},
  year={2006}
}
  • Wilhelm F. Wilfred
  • Published 2006
In this paper, approaches for behavioral simulation of humans and human-artifact systems are reviewed The objective was to explore available knowledge for the development of a new method and system for the simulation of use processes of consumer durables in conceptual design. A key issue is to resolve the trade-off between minimizing the modeling and computing effort on the one hand, and maximizing the amount of valuable information obtained from simulations to facilitate improving the product… CONTINUE READING
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