A literature survey of multiple discipline integration keywords, based on a process, model, and knowledge classification

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Abstract

Integration is still one of the main issues that multidisciplinary design faces nowadays. However, due to the lack of a precise definition and variety of contexts that use the term integration, it is very challenging to find relevant literature reviews on the topic. To solve this issue, we used a process, knowledge, and model classification approach, which generated a large set of highly relevant and varied publications. Using this large amount of literature, the contribution of this paper consisted on identifying a set of relevant keywords (~130), grouped in 14 categories. These keywords and categories support the literature search in the topic of integrating the system design with the detail design according to the multiple discipline detail design. Furthermore, by assessing the type of outlets and level of testing, we concluded that the topic is still in its infancy, having a lot of activity in recent years and still establishing possible research directions.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 11 Apr 2019
Event13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference 2019 - Hyatt Grand Cypress Hotel, Orlando, United States
Duration: 8 Apr 201911 Apr 2019
Conference number: 13
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Conference13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference 2019
Abbreviated titleSYSCON 2019
CountryUnited States
CityOrlando
Period8/04/1911/04/19
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Keywords

  • systems engineering
  • multidisciplinary integration
  • interdisciplinary integration
  • product design
  • systems integration
  • design knowledge
  • design process
  • model-based
  • Literature review

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Garza Morales, GA, Pereira Pessoa, MV, Groll, MW & Bonnema, GM 2019, 'A literature survey of multiple discipline integration keywords, based on a process, model, and knowledge classification' Paper presented at 13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference 2019, Orlando, United States, 8/04/19 - 11/04/19, .

A literature survey of multiple discipline integration keywords, based on a process, model, and knowledge classification. / Garza Morales, Gisela Anaid; Pereira Pessoa, Marcus Vinicius; Groll, Marco Wilhelm; Bonnema, Gerrit Maarten.

2019. Paper presented at 13th Annual IEEE International Systems Conference 2019, Orlando, United States.

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