Citations

This page shows some of the journal articles, technical reports, books and theses citing "Product Lifecycle Management: 21st Century Paradigm for Product Realisation", the most frequently cited publication about PLM.

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  1. S. Singh, S. Misra (Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India); Identification of barriers to PLM institutionalization in large manufacturing organizations: A case study Details
  2. L. Dalenogare (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil); A Indústria 4.0 no Brasil: um estudo dos benefícios esperados e tecnologias habilitadoras Details
  3. S. Paton (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, UK), B. Andrew (Thales UK, Glasgow, UK); The role of the Project Management Office (PMO) in product lifecycle management: A case study in the defence industry Details
  4. T. Suryanto (Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Intan Lampung, Indonesia), M. Haseeb, N. Hartani (Universiti Utara Malaysia, Sintok, Kedah, Malaysia); The Correlates of Developing Green Supply Chain Management Practices: Firms Level Analysis in Malaysia Details
  5. B. Diaw, G. Asare (Nanjing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China); Effect of Innovation on Customer Satisfaction and Customer Retention in the Telecommunication Industry in Ghana Details
  6. Y. Eslami, M. Mohaghegh (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); A Product Development Framework Using Quality-Based Appraoches Details
  7. N. Preniqi, P. Kopacek (Technische Universität Wien, Austria), M Gërvalla (Universiteti për Biznes dhe Teknologji, Pristina, Kosovo); Investigate PLM Presence - Case study of Kosovo and Albania Details
  8. C. Pereira de Lemos (Instituto Superior de Engenharia do Porto, Portugal); Codificação interna do artigo - Roadmap Details
  9. Y. Liu, J. Prote, M. Molitor, G. Schuh (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); Framework for Designing Production Systems 4.0 Details
  10. A. Cartile (Concordia University, Montreal, Canada); Process mapping approaches for high-value safety-critical aircraft modification design and development: A case study Details
  11. V. Chekurin (National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, Lviv, Ukraine), Y. Ponomaryov, M. Prytula (JSC "Ukrtransgaz", Kharkiv, Ukraine), O. Khymko (Lviv Polytechnic National University, Ukraine); Development of an approach to automation of gas transmission system management Details
  12. H. Voet, M. Altenhof, M. Ellerich, R. Schmitt (RWTH Aachen University, Germany); A Framework for the Capture and Analysis of Product Usage Data for Continuous Product Improvement Details
  13. V. Muraviev, I. Baranova, E. Bykova, T. Khronusova, M. Nazarenko (Moscow Technological University, Russia); Company Life Cycle and Quality Standardization Details
  14. S. Saleh, N. Shadnoush (Islamic Azad University, Tehran, Iran), E. Khaneghah (Shahed University, Tehran, Iran), A. Aliev (Azerbaijan State Oil and Industry University, Baku, Azerbaijan); A mathematical framework for managing interactive communication distortions in exascale organizations Details
  15. K. Tahera (Huddersfield University, UK) and C. Earl (Open University, UK); Testing and PLM: Connecting Process and Product Models in Product Development Details
  16. R. Udroiu (Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania), P. Bere (Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania); Product Lifecycle Management - Terminology Details
  17. A. Fabijan, H. Olsson (Malmö University, Sweden), P. Dmitriev (Outreach.io, Seattle, WA, USA), C. McFarland (Skyscanner, Edinburgh, Scotland), L. Vermeer (Booking.com, Amsterdam, Netherlands), J. Bosch (Chalmers University, Gothenburg, Sweden); Experimentation growth: Evolving trustworthy A/B testing capabilities in online software companies Details
  18. J. Landahl, M. Panarotto, H. Johannesson (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden), O. Isaksson, J. Lööf (GKN Aerospace Sweden AB); Towards Adopting Digital Twins to Support Design Reuse during Platform Concept Development Details
  19. U. Dombrowski, A. Reiswich, A. Karl (Technische Universitat Braunschweig, Brunswick, Germany); Designing digital tools for factory planning: Integrating requirements for usability on a meta-level Details
  20. M. Unterhofer (Libera Universita di Bolzano, Bolzano, Italy); Assessment model for industrial companies to define the maturity level of Industry 4.0 implementation Details
  21. M. Kjellsson, M. Larsson (Orebro University, Sweden); 3D CAD Methodology Prestudy Details
  22. F. Lopez Navarro, M. Espasa Sempere, J. Puigoriol Forcada (Institut Quimic Sarria, Barcelona, Spain); Implementation of PLM methodology in university teaching. Case: automotive Details
  23. V. Fortineau (Khtema, Paris, France), T. Paviot, S. Lamouri (Arts et Metiers ParisTech, Paris, France); Automated business rules and requirements to enrich product-centric information Details
  24. M. Juliansyah (Syarif Hidayatullah State Islamic University, Jakarta, Indonesia); Pengaruh Image Product Terhadap Loyalitas Pengguna E-Commerce di Indonesia dengan Menggunakan Model Expectation Confirmation Theory (ECT) dan Theory Reasoned Action (TRA) Details
  25. O. Makinen (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla, Finland); Mallisarjan alasajo Details
  26. K. Henriksson (Novia University of Applied Sciences, Vaasa, Finland); Verifying of a PLM impact analysis Details
  27. P. Zheng, Y. Lin, X. Xu (University of Auckland, New Zealand), C. Chen (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore); Smart, connected open architecture product: an IT-driven co-creation paradigm with lifecycle personalization concerns Details
  28. T. Karttiala (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland); PLM Competence and Improving Teaching at Universities of Applied Sciences Details
  29. L. Askew, A. Desai (Georgia Soutern University, Statesboro, Georgia, USA); Green and Environment Conscious Manufacturing and Management Techniques Details
  30. M. Wu, (National Yunlin University of Science and Technology, Yunlin, Taiwan), I. Siswanto (Yogyakarta State University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia), C. Ko (National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taichung, Taiwan), A. Minghat (Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia), S. Mustakim (Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia); The proactivity of academic elites: a systematical approach to proactive behavior development in university settings Details
  31. A. Rauzy, C. Haskins (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway); Foundations for model-based systems engineering and model-based safety assessment Details
  32. M. Cholewa, J. Czajka (Politechnika Wrocławska, Poland); A Concept for the Improvement of Production Preparation and Launch Processes Details
  33. M. Becker, B. Zhang (Fraunhofer Institute, Kaiserslautern, Germany); How do our neighbours do product line engineering?: a comparison of hardware and software product line engineering approaches from an industrial perspective Details
  34. G. Soos, D. Kozma, F. Janky, P. Varga (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary); IoT Device Lifecycle - A Generic Model and a Use Case for Cellular Mobile Networks Details
  35. L Plo (Groupe POULT, Montauban, France), V. Robin, P. Girard (Université de Bordeaux, France); Une démarche pour anticiper le déploiement d'un PLM dans une entreprise "libérée" - Cas du groupe Poult Details
  36. G. Mazzuto, M. Bevilacqua, F. Ciarapica (Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy); Performance Analysis of New Product Development Process through Timed Coloured Petri Nets Details
  37. C. Devra (Singhania University, Rajasthan, India); Issues and Challenges with Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) System Implementation Guidelines Details
  38. F. Schönteich (Christian-Albrechts-Universität, Kiel, Germany), A. Kasten (Debeka, Koblenz, Germany), A. Scherp (University of Stirling, Scotland, UK); A Pattern-Based Core Ontology for Product Lifecycle Management based on DUL Details
  39. M. Freitag (Fraunhofer IAO, Stuttgart, Germany), S. Wiesner (University of Bremen, Germany); Smart Service Lifecycle Management: A Framework and Use Case Details
  40. L. Dalenogare, G. Benitez, A. Frank (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil), N. Ayala (G-SCOP Laboratory, Grenoble Institute of Technology, France); The expected contribution of Industry 4.0 technologies for industrial performance Details
  41. T. Ngo (Université Bretagne Loire, Rennes, France); A PLM based approach for supporting collaboration and knowledge management in the medical domain: Application to the treatment process requiring prosthesis implantation Details
  42. M. Paavel (Tallinn University of Technology, Tallinn, Estonia); Product Lifecycle Management Maturity Model Development Details
  43. J. Varis (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland); Product ramp down as part of product lifecycle management Details
  44. O. Chamorro Altahona, H. Hernández (Universidad del Atlántico, Barranquilla, Colombia), W.Niebles Nuñez (Universidad de Sucre, Sincelejo, Colombia); Use of Statistical Tools for Market Research as a Differentiating Factor in Business Process Training Details
  45. M. Fahmideh, G. Beydoun (University of Technology Sydney, Sydney, Australia); Big data analytics architecture design - an application in manufacturing systems Details
  46. J. Hamilton, M. Jeresi (Linköping University, Sweden); Geometry-Based Requirements: Support requirement owners in connecting and mediating requirements from SystemWeaver to CATIA V5 Details
  47. A. Bask, M. Halme, M. Kuula (Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland); Capturing the sustainability features that most affect consumer evaluations case: mobile phones Details
  48. H. Dincer, S. Yuksel (Istanbul Medipol University, Turkey), L. Martinez (Universidad de Jaen, Spain); Balanced scorecard-based Analysis about European Energy Investment Policies: A hybrid hesitant fuzzy decision-making approach with Quality Function Deployment Details
  49. K. Röschke (Otto-von-Guericke-Universität Magdeburg, Germany); Vereinbarung von Big Data mit den Zielen für eine nachhaltige Entwicklung Details
  50. E. Hoos, P. Hirmer, B. Mitschang (University of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany); Automated Creation and Provisioning of Decision Information Packages for the Smart Factory Details
  51. V. Soni, V. Pandey, S. Asati (Dr. H.S. Gour University, Sagar, India), R. Tekade (NIPER, Ahmedabad, India); Impact of Pharmaceutical Product Quality on Clinical Efficacy Details
  52. A. Hefnawy, C. Cherifi (Université Lumière Lyon 2, France), A. Bouras (Qatar University, Doha, Qatar); Relevance of lifecycle management to smart city development Details
  53. P. Thapa (International Center for Academics, Gyaneshwor, Nepal); An Analysis of the Implementation of the Factors of Customer Retention by Nepal Telecom Details
  54. Y-M. Tai (National Pingtung University, Taiwan), S-C. Lin (Tatung University, Taiwan); Product Lifecycle Management System and NPD Performance: The Role of Coordination Capability and Organizational Ambidexterity Details
  55. N. Littell (Ohio University, Athens, USA); Defining Product Lifecycle Management: Comparing the Perspectives of Users and Consultants Details
  56. J. Fottner, N. Hietschold (Technische Universität, München, Germany); StartupLog - Entwicklung eines adaptiven Logistikkonzeptes für technologieorientierte Startups Details
  57. A. Piazza (Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA); Cost Model Evaluation for Large Scale Additive Manufacturing Details
  58. Y. Zidane (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway); "Need for Speed" Insights into the Concept of Time in Managing Large-Scale Projects Details
  59. B. Chebel-Morello, J-M. Nicod, C. Varnier (ENSMM, Besancon, France); Du concept de PHM à la maintenance predictive 2: Connaissance, tracabilite et decision Details
  60. D. Diener (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden); Scrap happens, but does it have to? On the potential of increasing machine component reuseDetails
  61. A. Deuter, A. Otte, M. Ebert (OWL University of Applied Sciences, Lemgo, Germany), F. Possel-Dolken (PHOENIX CONTACT GmbH & Co. KG, Blomberg, Germany); Developing the Requirements of a PLM/ALM Integration: An Industrial Case Study Details
  62. C. Steinmetz (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil); An approach for the integration of industrial systems through the adoption of the internet of things and semantic model concepts in the industry 4.0 context Details
  63. I. Donoghue, L. Hannola, J. Papinniemi (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland); Product Lifecycle Management Framework for Business Transformation Details
  64. Y. Xin, V. Ojanen, J. Huiskonen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland); Knowledge Management in Product-Service Systems - A Product Lifecycle Perspective Details
  65. Y. Sharma, S. Mangla, P. Patil, S. Uniyal (Graphic Era University, Uttarakhand, India); Analyzing Sustainable Food Supply Chain Management Challenges in India Details
  66. V. Singh, K. Willcox (Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA); Engineering Design with Digital Thread Details
  67. K. Shin (Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK); A strategic support tool for the incorporation of societal benefits into toy design Details
  68. I. Shchudlak (Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Ukraine); Marketing of goods at different stages of the lifecycle Details
  69. S. Mattila (University of Jyvaskyla, Finland); Product information management challenges in B2B e-commerce: a case study in spare parts business Details
  70. R. Aho (Aalto University, Finland); Utilization of production planning tools in design for manufacturing of electric machines Details
  71. J-G. Shi, H. Si, Y. Su, J. Lan (Tongji University, Shanghai, China), G. Wu (Jiangxi University, Nanchang, China); Critical Factors to Achieve Dockless Bike-Sharing Sustainability in China Details
  72. C. Zehbold (Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Ingolstadt, Germany); Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) im Kontext von Industrie 4.0 Details
  73. S. Singh, S. Misra (Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, India); Success determinants to Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) performanceDetails
  74. C. Møller (Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark); Organizational learning perspective on continuous improvement and innovation in product realization Details
  75. T. Pelkonen (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla, Finland); Preliminary report for a PLM project Details
  76. C. Fredborg, A. Nilsson (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden); Consideration of downstream functions in New Product Development Details
  77. A. Stronczek (AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland); PLM : wykorzystanie systemów komputerowych do zarzadzania cyklem zycia produktu Details
  78. M. Hughes (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA); A Study on Synthesizing PDM and LMS in K-12 Environments Details
  79. K. Abbas (Liverpool John Moores University, England); Knowledge-sharing behaviour intentions of academics and their determinants Details
  80. G. van Capelleveen (University of Twente, The Netherlands), J. Pohl (Technische Universitat Berlin, Germany), A. Fritsch (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Germany), D. Schien (University of Bristol, UK); The Footprint of Things: A hybrid approach towards the collection, storage and distribution of life cycle inventory data Details
  81. M. Holler, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland); The Evolution of IS Projects in Manufacturing Industries: The Case of Product Lifecycle Management Details
  82. S. Vajna (Otto-von-Guericke-Universitat, Magdeburg, Germany), C. Weber (Technische Universitat Ilmenau, Germany), K. Zeman (Johannes Keppler Universitat, Linz, Austria), P. Hehenberger (Fachhochschule Oberosterreich, Wels, Austria), D. Gerhard (Technische Universitat Wien, Austria), S. Wartzack (Universitat Erlangen-Nurnberg, Erlangen, Germany); Wirtschaftliche Bewertung von Anwendungssystemen Details
  83. H. Gaspar (NTNU, Alesund, Norway); Data-Driven Ship Design Details
  84. A. Oliveira (University of Campinas, Brazil); Proposal of product lifecycle management supporting the organizations competitiveness state Details
  85. K. Dahou, I. Hacini (University of Mascara, Algeria); Successful Employee Empowerment: Major Determinants in the Jordanian Context Details
  86. P. Lehtovare, (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla, Finland); Development of the traceability process of the component information data Details
  87. N. Ali, N. Akhtar (National University of Modern Languages, Islamabad, Pakistan); Investigating the role of TQM Focused SCM Practices on Knowledge Management and Competitive Advantage: Textile sector of Pakistan Details
  88. A. Cencen, J. Geraedts (Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands), J. Verlinden (University of Antwerp, Belgium); A Design Methodology to Improve Human-Robot Coproduction in Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Details
  89. J. Van Croonenborch (Universiteit Gent, Belgium); De Prijs van het Publieke Debat Details
  90. M. Nyyssonen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland); Siemens PLM Software, NX, Simcenter Motion: Statement of Accessibilities for Teaching Details
  91. A. Botha (University of Pretoria, South Africa); Financial behaviours of customers as determinants for risk aversion and insurance consumption in South Africa Details
  92. K. D. Seevers, F. Badurdeen, I.S. Jawahir (University of Kentucky, USA); Value creation for lifecycle based product development through the sustainable half-life return model Details
  93. J. Enríquez, J. Sanchez-Begines, F. Domínguez-Mayo, J. García-García, M. Escalona (University of Seville, Spain); An approach to characterize and evaluate the quality of Product Lifecycle Management Software Systems Details
  94. A. Smirnov, N. Shilov (ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia), A. Oroszi, M. Sinko (Festo AG &Co. KG, Esslingen, Germany), T. Krebs (encoway GmbH, Bremen, Germany); Changing information management for product-service system engineering: customer-oriented strategies and lessons learned Details
  95. C. Pinna, M. Rossi, S. Terzi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy), F. Galati (University of Parma, Italy), C. Saidy, R. Harik (University of South Carolina, Columbia, USA); Effect of product lifecycle management on new product development performances: Evidence from the food industry Details
  96. A. Camarillo, J. Rios (Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain), K-D Althoff (University of Hildesheim, Germany); Knowledge-based multi-agent system for manufacturing problem solving process in production plants Details
  97. K. Hu (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, USA), J. Acimovic (Penn State University, USA), F. Erize (Dell Technologies, Texas, USA), D. Thomas (University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA), J. Van Mieghem (Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, Evanston, USA); Forecasting New Product Life Cycle Curves: Practical Approach and Empirical Analysis Details
  98. M. Holler, C. Dremel, M. Herterich, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (Universitat St.Gallen, Switzerland); Product Lifecycle Management im Konzernumfeld - Herausforderungen, Losungsansatze und Handlungsempfehlungen Details
  99. V. Ostring (Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Improving traceability in manufacturing Details
  100. Y. Bathla (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary), M. Al-Bkree; Web application for 3D software comparison considering PLM system Details
  101. A. Fabijan (Malmö University, Sweden); Data-Driven Software Development at Large Scale : from Ad-Hoc Data Collection to Trustworthy Experimentation Details
  102. J. Verrollot (University of Oulu, Finland); Mature supply management as an enabler for rapid product development and product portfolio renewal Details
  103. J. Keinanen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Assessment of Product Data Quality Details
  104. L. Toche Fumchum (ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada); Set-Based Prototyping in the Context of the Configurable Virtual Product: The Construction of the Learning Value Streams (LVS) Model Details
  105. P. Cha (University of Sao Paulo, Brazil); Pricing strategies at innovation diffusion process: Agent-based model simulation applied to Brazilians market of electric car Details
  106. A. Wangila (KCA University, Nairobi, Kenya); Strategies Adopted To Enhance Financial Stability Among Commercial Banks In Kenya Details
  107. C. Li, A. Dodor, F. Boabeng, S. Asim (Jiangsu University, Zhenjiang, China); Is Moderator Opportunity a Trigger Factor for the Contribution of Small Startup Business to the Mechanism Of Self-Organized Entrepreneur Behavior? Details
  108. A. Aravind (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA); A Study on Understanding the Creation of Component Maintenance Manual Using Model-Based Definition Details
  109. B. Toche, R. Pellerin (Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada), G. McSorley (University of Prince Edward Island, Canada), C. Fortin (Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Moscow, Russia); A framework to support collaboration during prototyping and testing Details
  110. X. Yu, H. Zhang, A. Bouras, Y. Ouzrout, A. Sekhari (Universite Lumiere, Lyon 2, France); Multi-Criteria Decision Making for PLM Maturity Analysis Based on an Integrated Fuzzy AHP and Vikor Methodology Details
  111. Y. Xin, V. Ojanen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland); The impact of digitalization on product lifecycle management: How to deal with it? Details
  112. D. Morar, H-G Kemper (University of Stuttgart, Germany), H. Lasi (Steinbeis-Stiftung, Stuttgart, Germany); Challenges in Processing Digital and Physical Parts in Additive Manufacturing: An Exploration Details
  113. O. Drozd, D. Kapulin (Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation); Support of the Integrated Circuits Life Cycle Taking into Account the Influence of the Human Factor on Communication Processes Details
  114. C. Holligan, V. Hargaden, N. Papakostas (University College Dublin, Ireland); Product lifecycle management and digital manufacturing technologies in the era of cloud computing Details
  115. A. Alhyari (The British University in Dubai); The Integration of Sustainability in Project Management and Its Impact on UAE Construction Projects Performance Details
  116. F. Sanchez Sabido (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Analisis, diseno e implementacion de un sistema de equilibrado en un entorno PLM Details
  117. L. Paukkunen (Aalto University, Finland); Development of metrics and automation for product model verification Details
  118. L. Hvam, K. Kristjansdottir, S. Shafiee, N. Mortensen, Z. Herbert-Hansen (Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark); The impact of applying product-modelling techniques in configurator projects Details
  119. F. Carrascosa García (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain); Analyzing Part Lifecycle inside a manufacturer of chip-making equipment Details
  120. D. Pena Ramírez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia); Diseno y Construccion de un prototipo de maquina de prototipado rapido CNC por FDM Details
  121. M. Valkovicova (PROARCH, Poprad, Slovak Republic); Barriers of corporate social responsibility implementation in Slovak construction enterprises Details
  122. F. Geyer, J. Lehnen, C. Herstatt (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany); Customer Need Identification Methods in New Product Development: What Works "Best"? Details
  123. G. Blondet (Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, Compiegne, France); Systeme à base de connaissances pour le processus de plan d'experiences numeriques Details
  124. N. Sanchez, R. Serrezuela, A. Ramos (University Corporation of the Huila Region, Colombia); Optimization of the Paddy Rice Husking Process, Increasing the Useful Life of the Rollers in FlorHuila S.A. Plant Campoalegre Mills in 2017 Details
  125. N. Sanchez, R. Serrezuela, A. Ramos, J. Trujillo (University Corporation of the Huila Region, Colombia); Real Process Characteristic Capacity Weight in the Product 500 Grams in a Rice Mill Details
  126. T. Manninen (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyvaskyla, Finland); Development of traceability and inventory management Details
  127. S. Mariamdaran, A. Veloo (University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia); Relationship between information overload syndrome (IOS) and stress management of post graduate students Details
  128. J. Garcia-Garcia, M Escalona, J. Enríquez (University of Seville, Argentina), M. Urbieta, G. Rossi (Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Argentina); Identifying functional requirements inconsistencies in multi-team projects framed into a model-based methodology Details
  129. L. Horvath, I. Rudas (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Information Content Driven Model for Virtual Engineering Space Details
  130. C. Groeger (Robert Bosch GmbH, Gerlingen-Schillerhoehe, Germany); Building an Industry 4.0 Analytics Platform Details
  131. M. Coufal (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic); The National Initiative Industry 4.0 - recommendations for industry and society Details
  132. M. Malavasi, G. Schenetti (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0: an empirical analysis between Sustaining and Disruptive Change Details
  133. E. Kolonias, N. Mavragani (Western Greece University of Applied Sciences, Patra, Greece); The innovation of open source business resource management systems through adempiere ERP Details
  134. L. Paganin (Federal University of Technology, Curitiba, Parana, Brazil); Ontological model for determination of test planning considering the product usage profile: a case applied in starting motors of agricultural tractors Details
  135. M. Walter, C. Leyh, S. Strahringer (TU Dresden, Germany); Knocking on Industry's Door: Needs in Product-Cost Optimization in the Early Product Life Cycle Stages Details
  136. J. Stark (Geneva, Switzerland); Product Lifecycle Management (Volume 3): The Executive Summary Details
  137. D. Shumway, J. Sadler, J. Salmon (Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, USA); Hybrid state transactional database for product lifecycle management features in a multi-engineer synchronous heterogeneous CAD environment Details
  138. S. Matsumoto, M. Matsuda (Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Kanagawa, Japan); Virtual PCA line constructed for simulation of time series changes of power consumption considering the effect of product flow Details
  139. E. Romare (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden); Forming the future digitalized supply chain through the use of blockchain technology Details
  140. M. Holler (University of St.Gallen, Switzerland); Mapping the Field of Product Lifecycle Management: A Bibliometric Study Details
  141. V. Gecevska (University Ss. Cyril and Methodius, Skopje, Macedonia), F. Cus (University of Maribor, Maribor, Slovenia), F. Lombardi, F. Chiampo (Politecnico di Torino, Torino, Italy); Product lifecycle management competitive technology solution Details
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  1. R. Dust, A. Ramm, R. Paasch (TU Berlin, Germany); Organisationsentwicklung zur Absicherung neuer Technologien und Geschaftsmodelle in globalen Partnernetzwerken Details
  2. A. Smirnov, N. Shilov (SPIIRAS, St. Petersburg, Russia), A. Oroszi, M. Sinko (Festo AG & Co., Esslingen, Germany), T. Krebs (encoway GmbH, Bremen, Germany); Changing Information Management in Product-Service System PLM: Customer-Oriented Strategy Details
  3. A. Camarillo (Exide Technologies GmbH, Bad Lauterberg, Germany), J. Ríos (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Spain), K-D. Althoff (University of Hildesheim, Germany); Agent Based Framework to Support Manufacturing Problem Solving Integrating Product Lifecycle Management and Case-Based Reasoning Details
  4. A. Malagnino, G. Mangialardi, G. Zavarise, A. Corallo (University of Salento, Lecce, Italy); From Traditional Construction Industry Process Management to Building Lifecycle Management Details
  5. G. Mangialardi, C. Di Biccari, C. Pascarelli, M. Lazoi, A. Corallo (University of Salento, Lecce, Italy); BIM and PLM Associations in Current Literature Details
  6. J. Golovatchev, P. Chatterjee, R. Schüssl (Detecon International GmbH, Cologne, Germany), F. Kraus (Detecon International GmbH, Munich, Germany); PLM 4.0 - Recalibrating Product Development and Management for the Era of Internet of Everything (IoE) Details
  7. J. Schmidt (Federal University of Technology, Paraná, Curitiba, Brazil); Expert system based on ontological model to support the detailed project of products in the context of agricultural machinery Details
  8. G. Vazquez-Martinez, J. Gonzalez-Compean, V. Sosa-Sosa, M. Morales-Sandoval (Cinvestav Unidad Tamaulipas Research Center, Ciudad Victoria, Mexico), J. Carretero Perez (Carlos III University, Madrid, Spain); CloudChain: A novel distribution model for digital products based on supply chain principles Details
  9. Y. Sharma, S. Mangla, P. Patil, S. Uniyal (Graphic Era University, Dehradun, Uttrakhand, India); Analyzing Sustainable Food Supply Chain Management Challenges in India Details
  10. M. Okano (Centro Estadual de Educacao Tecnologica Paula Souza, Sao Paulo, Brazil), M. Fernandes, O. Vendrametto (Paulista University, Sao Paulo, Brazil), O. Sobral dos Santos (Potiguar University, Natal, Brazil); How new IT trends are being accepted in P/OM? Details
  11. K-H. Koskinen (Aalto University, Finland); Lifecycle information management in a product information model Details
  12. B. Moriset (Universite Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France); The Digital and the Reshaping of Traditional Economies Details
  13. T. Tamminen (Metropolia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finland); PLM:n kaytto alihankintaverkostoissa Details
  14. R. Ithiru (USIU Africa, Nairobi, Kenya); Strategic Responses to Changes in Business Environment: Case Study of Britam Insurance Company in Kenya Details
  15. M. Marra, C. Di Biccari, M. Lazoi, A. Corallo (Universita del Salento, Lecce, Italy); A Gap Analysis Methodology for Product Lifecycle Management Assessment Details
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  85. R. Quesada Díaz (University of Skovde, Sweden); Support component reusability by integrating augmented reality and product lifecycle management Details
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  91. J. Garcia Agis, P. Brett (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway), H. Gaspar (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Aalesund, Norway), A. Keane, A. Ebrahimi (Ulstein International AS, Ulsteinvik, Norway); Preparing for a Digital Future - Experiences and Implications from a Maritime Domain Perspective Details
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  108. S. Václav, S. Lecky (Slovak University of Technology, Trnava, Slovakia); Impact of Computer Aided Assembly Technologies and Simulation in Production Planning Details
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  110. B. de Souza, E. Lopes (Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil); Uma Análise sobre os Atributos de Negócio dos Food Trucks que mais Influenciam a Intencão de Recomendacão e Reuso desse Modelo de Negócio Details
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  113. F. Tao, J. Cheng, Q. Qi, M. Zhang, H. Zhang, F. Sui (Beihang University, Beijing, China); Digital twin-driven product design, manufacturing and service with big data Details
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  132. I. Muthalagu (Minot State University, ND, USA); Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) Document Management System (DMS) Details
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  137. I. Muthalagu; PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) System Administrator Process for Document Management System (DMS) in Energy Devices Domain Details
  138. E. Mercier-Laurent (University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France); Innovation Ecosystems and Technology Details
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  141. I. Petrisor, D. Cozmiuc (West University of Timisoara, Romania); Global Supply Chain Management Organization at Siemens in the Advent of Industry 4.0 Details
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  144. S. Goto, O. Yoshie, S. Fujimura (Waseda University, Kitakyushu, Japan); Internet of things value for mechanical engineers and evolving commercial product lifecycle management system Details
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  147. M. Holler, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland); Understanding the Business Value of Intelligent Products for Product Development in Manufacturing Industries Details
  148. L. De Paepe (Universiteit Gent, Belgium); Open ERP systemen en ervaringen met post-implementatie casestudie in vlaamse KMO's Details
  149. F. Murmura, L. Bravi (University of Urbino, Italy); Exploring customers' perceptions about Quality Management Systems: an empirical study in Italy Details
  150. M. Allanic, A. Durupt, B. Eynard (Universite de Technologie de Compiegne, France); P-Y. Herve, M. Joliot (Universite de Bordeaux, France), P.Boutinaud (CADESIS, Courbevoie, France); PLM as a strategy for the management of heterogeneous information in bio-medical imaging field Details
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  52. J. Garcia (University of Seville, Spain); Una propuesta para el uso del paradigma guiado por modelos (MDE) para la definición y ejecución de procesos de negocio Details
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  55. M. Edin, E. õstberg (Uppsala University, Sweden); Clarifying Product Management - A Study of the Sensemaking Outcome in a Management Practice Details
  56. J. Wu, T. Chang (National Sun Yat-Sen University, Taiwan), S. Shin (National Taitung University, Taiwan), A. Gupta (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA), M. Hsu (National Chi Nan University, Taiwan); Ex-Ante PLM Misfit Analysis Methodology: A Cognitive Fit Approach Details
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  63. W. Li (University of New South Wales, Australia); Efficiency of Manufacturing Processes: Energy and Ecological Perspectives Details
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  66. S. Myung (Youngsan University, Republic of Korea) ; Implementation Process of Enterprise PLM System Details
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  68. A. Fedotova (Bauman MSTU, Moscow, Russia), I. Davydenko (Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus) ; Ontological Modeling of Maintenance Details
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  82. L. Fish (Canisius College, Buffalo, USA) ; Managerial Best Practices to Promote Sustainable Supply Chain Management & New Product Development Details
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  92. Alberto Salido Lopez, Carmelo Del Valle, María Jose Escalona (University of Seville, Spain), Vivian Lee, Masatomo Goto (Fujitsu, England); Patient Lifecycle Management: An Approach for Clinical Processes Details
  93. D. Bellm (University of St.Gallen, Switzerland); Operational Excellence in the Pharmaceutical Industry - An Architecture for Emerging Markets Details
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  102. Integrating Eco-design and PLM in the Aviation Completion Industry: A Case Study. Natalia Moreira, Yi Wang (University of Manchester, UK), Daoud Ait-Kadi (Universite Laval, Canada), Darli Rodrigues Vieira, Alejandro Romero (Universite du Quebec, Canada), Luis Antonio de Santa-Eulalia (Universite de Sherbrooke, Canada)
  103. Digitization of Business Processes and Tecnomatix as a Comprehensive Package Instrument for the Creation of the Digital Factory. Marek Kliment, Peter Trebuna (Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia), Jaromir Markovic (Slovak Legal Metrology, Slovakia)
  104. Risk Assessment of Logistics Project Implementation in the Initial Stage. A. I. Kuzmich
  105. Product Data Management - Defining the Used Terms. Merja Huhtala, Mika Lohtander, Juha Varis (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland)
  106. Decomposition Analysis Resolution Process (DAR) of Systems Engineering Applied to Development of Countermeasure on Leakage of Engine Head-Gasket. Satoshi Ohkawa, Hidekazu Nishimura and Yoshiaki Ohkami (Keio University, Japan)
  107. BIM and PLM: Comparing and Learning from Changes to Professional Practice Across Sectors. Julie Jupp (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) and Madhav Nepal (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
  108. Similar Concepts, Distinct Solutions, Common Problems: Learning from PLM and BIM Deployment. J. R. Jupp (University of Technology, Sydney, Australia) and Vishal Singh (Aalto University, Finland)
  109. Comparison Framework for PLM Maturity Models. Tom Stentzel, Masoud Niknam, Jivka Ovtcharova (Karlsruhe Institute for Technology, Germany)
  110. Intelligent Information Technologies to Enable Next Generation PLM. Rainer Stark, Thomas Damerau, Haygazun Hayka, Sebastian Neumeyer, Robert Woll (Fraunhofer IPK, Germany)
  111. PLM Maturity Evaluation and Prediction Based on a Maturity Assessment and Fuzzy Sets Theory. Haiqing Zhang, Aicha Sekhari, Yacine Ouzrout, Abdelaziz Bouras (University Lumiere Lyon 2, France)
  112. Product Lifecycle Management in Education: Key to Innovation in Engineering and Technology. Priyanka Gandhi
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  114. Holistic Lifecycle Approach for Lightweight Automotive Components. Fatih Karakoyun, Dimitris Kiritsis (EPFL, Switzerland) and Kristian Martinsen (SINTEF, Norway)
  115. Optimisation and Elimination of Bottlenecks in the Production Process of a Selected Company. Peter Trebuna, Marek Kliment, Milan Filo (Technical University of Kosice, Slovakia)
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