PLM Research Q1 2018

This page lists the 30 journal articles, technical reports, books and theses citing Product Lifecycle Management: Paradigm for 21st Century Product Realisation that Google Scholar added in Q1 2018.

  1. A. Aravind (Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA); A Study on Understanding the Creation of Component Maintenance Manual Using Model-Based Definition Details
  2. B. Toche, R. Pellerin (Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, 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
  3. X. Yu, H. Zhang, A. Bouras, Y. Ouzrout, A. Sekhari (Université Lumière, Lyon 2, France); Multi-Criteria Decision Making for PLM Maturity Analysis Based on an Integrated Fuzzy AHP and Vikor Methodology Details
  4. Y. Xin, V. Ojanen (Lappeenranta University of Technology, Lappeenranta, Finland); The impact of digitalization on product lifecycle management: How to deal with it? Details
  5. 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
  6. O. Drozd, D. Kapulin (Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russian Federation); Support of the Integrated Circuits Life Сycle Taking into Account the Influence of the Human Factor on Communication Processes Details
  7. C. Holligan, V. Hargaden, N. Papakostas (University College Dublin, Ireland); Product lifecycle management and digital manufacturing technologies in the era of cloud computing Details
  8. A. Alhyari (The British University in Dubai); The Integration of Sustainability in Project Management and Its Impact on UAE Construction Projects Performance Details
  9. F. Sanchez Sabido (Universidad de Sevilla, Spain); Analisis, diseno e implementacion de un sistema de equilibrado en un entorno PLM Details
  10. L. Paukkunen (Aalto University, Finland); Development of metrics and automation for product model verification Details
  11. 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
  12. F. Carrascosa García (Autonomous University of Madrid, Spain); Analyzing Part Lifecycle inside a manufacturer of chip-making equipment Details
  13. D. Pena Ramírez (Universidad Nacional de Colombia, Bogota, Colombia); Diseno y Construccion de un prototipo de maquina de prototipado rapido CNC por FDM Details
  14. M. Valkovicova (PROARCH, Poprad, Slovak Republic); Barriers of corporate social responsibility implementation in Slovak construction enterprises Details
  15. F. Geyer, J. Lehnen, C. Herstatt (Hamburg University of Technology, Germany); Customer Need Identification Methods in New Product Development: What Works "Best"? Details
  16. G. Blondet (Université de Technologie de Compiègne, Compiègne, France); Système à base de connaissances pour le processus de plan d'expériences numériques Details
  17. 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
  18. 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
  19. T. Manninen (JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Jyväskylä, Finland); Development of traceability and inventory management Details
  20. S. Mariamdaran, A. Veloo (University Utara Malaysia, Malaysia); Relationship between information overload syndrome (IOS) and stress management of post graduate students Details
  21. 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
  22. L. Horvath, I. Rudas (Obuda University, Budapest, Hungary); Information Content Driven Model for Virtual Engineering Space Details
  23. C. Groeger (Robert Bosch GmbH, Gerlingen-Schillerhoehe, Germany); Building an Industry 4.0 Analytics Platform Details
  24. M. Coufal (University of West Bohemia, Pilsen, Czech Republic); The National Initiative Industry 4.0 - recommendations for industry and society Details
  25. M. Malavasi, G. Schenetti (Politecnico di Milano, Italy); Lean Manufacturing and Industry 4.0: an empirical analysis between Sustaining and Disruptive Change Details
  26. 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
  27. 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
  28. 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
  29. J. Stark (Geneva, Switzerland); Product Lifecycle Management (Volume 3): The Executive Summary Details
  30. 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