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LECTURE 25. Course: “Design of Systems: Structural Approach” Dept. “Communication Networks &Systems”, Faculty of Radioengineering & Cybernetics Moscow.

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1 LECTURE 25. Course: “Design of Systems: Structural Approach” Dept. “Communication Networks &Systems”, Faculty of Radioengineering & Cybernetics Moscow Inst. of Physics and Technology (University) / Mark Sh. Levin Inst. for Information Transmission Problems, RAS Oct. 29, 2004 PLAN: 1.Design of life cycle: illustrative example (morphological combinatorial approach) 2.Morphological combinatorial approach to multi-product system: common modules: *2-product system (one common module, k common modules) *m-product system (one common module, k common modules) 3.Recent references

2 Morphological clique

3 Design (planning) of life cycle Research Manufac- turing Recycling Life cycle S R1R1 R2R2 R3R3 Example: S’=R 3 *A 1 *B 2 *M 5 *T 2 *P 1 *J 2 *I 1 *L 3 A1A1 A2A2 A3A3 RD=A*B Design M1M1 M2M2 M3M3 P1P1 P2P2 P3P3 ML B1B1 B2B2 B3B3 Testing T T1T1 T2T2 T3T3 I1I1 L1L1 L2L2 L3L3 U=J*IP B4B4 M4M4 I2I2 M5M5 T4T4 J1J1 J2J2 J3J3 Trans- portation Utiliza- tion

4 Design (planning) of life cycle Life cycle S Example 1: Design & Manufacturing S 1 =D 1 (A 2 *B 1 )*M 3 Example 2: Design & Testing S 2 =D 2 (A 1 *B 3 )*T 3 Example 3: Research & Design & Manufacturing S 3 =R 2 *D’(A 3 *B 1 )*M 4 Example 4: Design & Manufacturing & Transportation S 1 =D’’(A 3 *B 3 )*M 4 *T 3

5 Design (planning) of life cycle Life cycle S Design (Planning) of Life Cycle Life Cycle Management Life Cycle Engineering Support of Life Cycle Maintenance of Life Cycle

6 Example for modular software package Structure for Modular Software Package: 3 layers Layer 1: Control unit Layer 3: Common modules Layer 2: Function units...

7 Example for modular software package General Structure for Modular Software Package Layer 1: Control unit Layer 3: Common modules Layer 2: Function units... Layer 0: General control unit Layer 4: General common modules

8 2-product system The 1 st Product X1(3)X1(3) X2(1)X2(1) X3(1)X3(1) P = X*Y*Z P 1 =X 1 *Y 4 *Z 3 P 2 =X 1 *Y 1 *Z 2 Y1(3)Y1(3) Y2(1)Y2(1) Y3(2)Y3(2) X Y Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) Z Z4(3)Z4(3)Y4(3)Y4(3)

9 2-product system The 1 st Product X1(3)X1(3) X2(1)X2(1) X3(1)X3(1) P = X*Y*Z P 1 =X 1 *Y 4 *Z 3 P 2 =X 1 *Y 1 *Z 2 Y1(3)Y1(3) Y2(1)Y2(1) Y3(2)Y3(2) X Y Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) C1(1)C1(1) C2(1)C2(1) C3(2)C3(2) Z C The 2 nd Product B1(3)B1(3) B2(1)B2(1) B3(2)B3(2) B Z4(3)Z4(3)Y4(3)Y4(3) P’ = Z*B*C P’ 1 =Z 1 *B 3 *C 3 P’ 2 =Z 1 *B 1 *C 2 Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) Z Z4(3)Z4(3)

10 2-product system (one common module) The 1 st Product X1(3)X1(3) X2(1)X2(1) X3(1)X3(1) P = X*Y*Z P 1 =X 1 *Y 4 *Z 3 P 2 =X 1 *Y 1 *Z 2 Y1(3)Y1(3) Y2(1)Y2(1) Y3(2)Y3(2) X Y Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) C1(1)C1(1) C2(1)C2(1) C3(2)C3(2) Z C The 2 nd Product B1(3)B1(3) B2(1)B2(1) B3(2)B3(2) B Z4(3)Z4(3)Y4(3)Y4(3) P’ = Z*B*C P’ 1 =Z 1 *B 3 *C 3 P’ 2 =Z 1 *B 1 *C 2

11 2-product system (one common module) The 1 st Product S = P * P’ X1(3)X1(3) X2(1)X2(1) X3(1)X3(1) P = X*Y*Z P 1 =X 1 *Y 4 *Z 3 P 2 =X 1 *Y 1 *Z 2 Y1(3)Y1(3) Y2(1)Y2(1) Y3(2)Y3(2) X Y Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) C1(1)C1(1) C2(1)C2(1) C3(2)C3(2) Z C The 2 nd Product B1(3)B1(3) B2(1)B2(1) B3(2)B3(2) B Z4(3)Z4(3)Y4(3)Y4(3) P’ = Z*B*C P’ 1 =Z 1 *B 3 *C 3 P’ 2 =Z 1 *B 1 *C 2

12 2-product system (two common modules) The 1 st Product S = P * P’ X1(3)X1(3) X2(1)X2(1) X3(1)X3(1) P = X*Y*Z P 1 =X 1 *Y 4 *Z 3 P 2 =X 1 *Y 1 *Z 2 Y1(3)Y1(3) Y2(1)Y2(1) Y3(2)Y3(2) X Y Z1(1)Z1(1) Z2(1)Z2(1) Z3(2)Z3(2) C1(1)C1(1) C2(1)C2(1) C3(2)C3(2) Z C The 2 nd Product B1(3)B1(3) B2(1)B2(1) B3(2)B3(2) B Z4(3)Z4(3)Y4(3)Y4(3) P’ = Y*Z*B*C P’ 1 =Y 1 *Z 1 *B 3 *C 3 P’ 2 =Y 2 *Z 1 *B 1 *C 2

13 Recent English References 1. B. Agard, A. Kusiak, Data-mining-based methodology for the design of product family. Int. J. of Prod. Res., 42(15), , C.Y. Baldwin, K.B. Clark,Design Rules: The Power of Modularity. MIT Press, J. Dahmus, J.P. Gonzalez-Zugasti, K.N. Otto, Modular product architecture, Design Studies 22(5), , G. Dobrescu, Y. Reich, Progressive sharing of modules among product variants. Computer-Aided Design 35(9), , X. Du, J. Jiao, M.M. Tseng, Architecture of product family: Fundamentals and methodology. Concurrent Eng.: Res. and Appl. 9(4), , J.K. Gershenson, G.J. Prasad, S. Allamneni, Modular product design: A life-cycle view. Trans. of the SDPS 3(4), 13-26, J.P. Gonzalez-Zugasti, K.N. Otto, J.D. Baker, A method for architecting product platform. Res. in Eng. Des. 12(2), 61-72, T.K.P. Holmqvist, M.L. Person, Analysis and improvement of product modularization methods: Their ability to deal with complex products. Systems Engineering 6(3), , C.C. Huang, A. Kusiak, Modularity in design of products and systems. IEEE Trans. on Syst., Man and Cybern. - Part A, 28(1), 66-77, M.Sh. Levin, Modular system synthesis: Example for packaged composite software, IEEE Tr. on SMC-Part C, 35(4), , M.Sh. Levin, Combinatorial design of multiproduct system: common modules. Elsevier Server of Preprints in CS, 2003.

14 Recent English References 12.M. Kokkolaras, R. Fellini, H.M. Kim, N. Michelena, and P. Papalambros, Extension of the target cascading formulation to the design of product family, Structural and Multidisciplinary Optimization, 24(4), , A. Kusiak, Integrated product and process Design: a modularity perspective. J. of Eng. Des., 13(3), , A. Messac, M.P. Martinez, T.W. Simpson, Effective product family design using physical programming. Engineering Optimization 34(3), , M.H. Meyer, A.P. Lehnerd, The Power of Product Platforms, The Free Press, New York, J.H. Mikkola, O. Gassmann, Managing modularity of product architectures: Toward an integrated theory. IEEE Trans. on Eng. Manag. 18(3), , D. Robertson, K. Ulrich, Planning for product platforms, Sloan Manag. Review 39(4), 19-34, M.S. Sawhney, Leverage high-variety strategies: From portfolio thinking to platform thinking. J. of the Academy of Marketing Science 26(1), 54-61, D.M. Sharman, A.A. Yassine, Charactrizing complex product architecture. Systems Engineering 7(1), 35-60, Z. Siddique, D.W. Rosen, On combinatorial design spaces for the configuration design of product family. AI EDAM 15(2) , T.W. Simpson, J.R.A. Maier, F. Mistree, Product platform design: methods and application. Res. in Eng. Des. 13(1), 2-22,2001.


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