Using quantitative functional models to develop product architectures

@inproceedings{Stone2000UsingQF,
  title={Using quantitative functional models to develop product architectures},
  author={Robert B. Stone and K. L. Wood and Richard H. Crawford},
  year={2000}
}
cularly when defining product architecture. Several systematic methods guide the development of functional models and produce graphical representations such as function structures . However, functional modeling is rarely considered a quantitative activity. In this paper we introduce the concept of a quantitativefunctional model—a vector representation of a product in which the number of distinct sub-functions determine the dimension of the vector and the customer need rankings of each sub… CONTINUE READING
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