PLM Research Q4 2016

This page lists the 39 journal articles, technical reports, books and theses citing Product Lifecycle Management: Paradigm for 21st Century Product Realisation that Google Scholar added in Q4 2016.

  1. I. Jonek-Kowalska, J. Ziemski (Politechnika Śląska, Gliwice, Poland); Contemporary directions of risk management development from the perspective of product lifecycle Details
  2. J. Jupp (University of Technology Sydney, Australia); Cross industry learning: a comparative study of product lifecycle management and building information modelling Details
  3. J. Conlon (University of Huddersfield, UK); Product Lifecycle Management Details
  4. K. Hu, J. Van Mieghem (Northwestern University, USA), J. Acimovic (Penn State University, USA), F. Erize (Dell Inc.), D. Thomas (Pennsylvania State University, USA); Forecasting Product Life Cycle Curves: Practical Approach and Empirical Analysis Details
  5. S. Gallasch (University of East Anglia, Norwich, England); A new dimension to EU pharma antitrust product hopping and unilateral pay for delay Details
  6. M. Baur (Latvijas Universitāte, Rīga, Latvia); Key factors for effective succession in the family business: the successor's view Details
  7. D. Vieira, A. Bravo (University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, Canada); Feasibility of green composite aircraft wing projects for unmanned aircraft vehicles Details
  8. I. Gräßler, J. Pottebaum (Paderborn University, Germany); Reliable Input for Strategic Planning: The Integrated Scenario Data Model Details
  9. M. Fernandes, O. Vendrametto (Universidade Paulista, Brasilia, Brazil), M. Okano (CEETEPS, Sao Paulo, Brazil), O. dos Santos (Universidade Potiguar, Natal, Brazil); Analysis of the integration between Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Product Data Management (PDM) Details
  10. L. Horváth (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Representation of intellectual property for multidisciplinary industrial engineering model system Details
  11. E. Oseguera (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland); The influence of the time factor on product data quality in the fast-moving consumer goods industry Details
  12. J. Ríos, J. Hernández (Polytechnic University of Madrid, Spain), F. Morate, M. Oliva (Airbus Group, Seville, Spain); Framework to support the aircraft digital counterpart concept with an industrial design view Details
  13. M. Holler, G. Neiditsch, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland); Digital Product Innovation in Manufacturing Industries - Towards a Taxonomy for Feedback-driven Product Development Scenarios Details
  14. E. Lejon (Luleå University of Technology, Sweden); Information Management in Computer-Aided Product Development Details
  15. E. Bernérus, M. Karlsson (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden); Simulation with 3DEXPERIENCE. Evaluation of software for production flow simulation in manufacturing industry. Details
  16. D. Qeshmy, L. Karaman (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden); Product Data Management som ett kvalitetsverktyg: Kan ett PDM-system användas som ett kvalitetsverktyg i den tillverkande industrin? Details
  17. E. Vezzetti, M. Alemanni, B. Morelli (Politecnico di Torino, Italy); New product development (NPD) of 'family business' dealing in the luxury industry: evaluating maturity stage for implementing a PLM solution Details
  18. R. Beckers, S. Giese, A. Pfouga, J. Stjepandić (PROSTEP AG, Germany); Interoperability and Visualization of Complex Products Based on JT Standard Details
  19. A. Fabijan, H. Holmström Olsson (Malmö University, Sweden), Jan Bosch (Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, Sweden); Time to Say 'Good Bye': Feature Lifecycle Details
  20. T. Wuest (West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA), U. Nana (University of Bremen, Germany); State-based representation of a product's middle of life Details
  21. D. Vieira, M. Chain (University of Quebec at Trois-Rivières, Canada), R. Vieira (Federal University of Amazonas, Manaus, Brazil); Elements of managerial integration for sustainable product lifecycle management Details
  22. J. Astner (KTH, Stockholm, Sweden); Tillämpning av realtidsdata i ett molnbaserat tillverkningsföretag Details
  23. T. Wille (ETH Zurich, Switzerland); Lean Thinking in produzierenden Unternehmen Details
  24. T. Wuest (West Virginia University, Morgantown, USA), S. Wellsandt (University of Bremen, Germany); Design and Development of Product Service Systems (PSS) - Impact on Product Lifecycle Perspective Details
  25. A. Deuter (OWL University of Applied Sciences, Lemgo, Germany), S. Rizzo (Polarion Software GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany); A Critical View on PLM/ALM Convergence in Practice and Research Details
  26. V. Mladenović, (University of Novi Sad, Serbia); Ecological marketing process management by means of PLM tools Details
  27. F. Berriche, B. Zeddini, H. Kadima (EISTI, Cergy, France), A. Riviere (SUPMECA, Saint Ouen, France); Closed-Loop Product Lifecycle Management Based on a Multi-agent System for Decision Making in Collaborative Design Details
  28. G. Gudergan, A. Buschmeyer, B. Feige, D. Krechting (RWTH Aachen University, Germany), S. Bradenbrink (Langenargen, Germany), R. Mutschler (SAP AG, Biel, Switzerland); Value of Lifecycle Information to Transform the Manufacturing Industry Details
  29. H. Hsu (National Cheng Kung University, Tainan, Taiwan); Decision for Product Life Cycle Portfolio Using Fuzzy Linguistic Term Sets Details
  30. R. Lawson (Institute of Management Accountants, Montvale, NJ, USA), K. Pincus (University of Arkansas, USA), J. Sorensen (University of Denver, USA), K. Stocks (Brigham Young University, USA), D. Stout (Youngstown State University, USA); Using a Life-Cycle Approach to Manage and Implement Curricular Change Based on Competency Integration Details
  31. L. Horváth, I. Rudas (Óbuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Content driven generation of RFLP structured Engineering System representation Details
  32. M. Essamlali, A. Sekhari (Université Lumière Lyon 2, France), A. Bouras (Qatar University, Doha, Qatar); Product lifecycle management solution for collaborative development of Wearable Meta-Products using set-based concurrent engineering Details
  33. P. Carmona Marques (Polytechnic Institute of Lisbon, Portugal); Building sustainable creativity: a conceptual framework Details
  34. O. Gassmann, R. Sauer (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland), K. Frankenberger (University of Lucerne, Switzerland); Exploring Upcoming Theories for BMI Research: Enlightening the Dark Side of the Moon Details
  35. R. Xue (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulouse, France) ; Improving cooperation between Systems Engineers and Project Managers in engineering projects Details
  36. J. Lantta (Tampere University of Technology, Finland); Automaatiolinjan virtuaalikäyttöönotto Details
  37. M. Holler, E. Stoeckli, F. Uebernickel, W. Brenner (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland); Towards Understanding closed-loop PLM: The Role of Product Usage Data for Product Development enabled by intelligent Properties Details
  38. P. Kontodimas, E. Karagiannis (Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece, Messolonghi, Greece); Analytical Study and Comparison of MS Navision and SAP Details
  39. R. Lawson (Institute of Management Accountants, Montvale, NJ, USA), K. Pincus (University of Arkansas, USA), J. Sorensen (University of Denver, USA), K. Stocks (Brigham Young University, USA), D. Stout (Youngstown State University, USA); Managing the Curricular-Change Process: Implementing Competency-Based Accounting Education Details