Problem formulation / definition

 

Content:

1.         Introduction

2.         Potential applications

3.         Related projects

4.         Related workshops

5.         Related presentations

6.         Seeking collaboration

7.         Publication


Introduction

Any problem starts with its careful understanding and formulating it in a way that allows solving it. Successful solution requires that this step be done well. It makes no sense to create an excellent solution for the wrong problem; one has to solve the right problem. Consequently, the ideas embedded in this research are universal.

Potential applications:

Related projects:

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Recent Workshops:

Related Presentations (1-2 hours long):

Seeking Collaboration

We are seeking collaboration with companies

 

Publications:

1.         E. Subrahmanian and Y. Reich, Advancing Problem Definition and Concept Generation for Improved Product Life Cycle, International Conference on Trends in Product Life Cycle, Modeling, Simulation and Synthesis, PLMSS-2006, 18-20 December, Bangalore, India, 2006. Invited keynote presentation.

 


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