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Towards an Integrated Conceptual Design Evaluation of Mechatronic Systems: The SysDICE Approach

Abstract : Mechatronic systems play a significant role in different types of industry, especially in trans- portation, aerospace, automotive and manufacturing. Although their multidisciplinary nature provides enormous functionalities, it is still one of the substantial challenges which frequently impede their design process. Notably, the conceptual design phase aggregates various engi- neering disciplines, project and business management fields, where different methods, modeling languages and software tools are applied. Therefore, an integrated environment is required to intimately engage the different domains together. This paper outlines a model-based research approach for an integrated conceptual design evaluation of mechatronic systems using SysML. Particularly, the state of the art is highlighted, most important challenges, remaining problems in this field and a novel solution is proposed, named SysDICE, combining model based system engineering and artificial intelligence techniques to support for achieving efficient design.
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Mohammad Chami, Jean-Michel Bruel. Towards an Integrated Conceptual Design Evaluation of Mechatronic Systems: The SysDICE Approach. International Conference on Computational Science (ICCS 2015), Jun 2015, Reykjavik, Iceland. pp. 650-659. ⟨hal-01327102⟩



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