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  • Whitney, Daniel E.; Yassine, Ali A.; Lavine, Jerry; Zambito, Tony (2002-09-17)
    This paper argues, using two real-world applications from the automotive industry, that the biggest benefit of a Design Structure Matrix (DSM) model may come not from resequencing and partitioning, but rather from ...
  • Cappiello, Alessandra (2002-09-17)
    The main topic of this thesis is the development of light-duty vehicle dynamic emission models and their integration with dynamic traffic models. Combined, these models constitute fundamental components to support ...
  • Joglekar, Nitindra R.; Whitney, Daniel E.; Yassine, Ali A.; Eppinger, Steven D. (2002-09-17)
    This paper explores the performance of coupled development tasks subject to a deadline constraint by proposing a performance generation model (PGM). The goal of the PGM is to develop insights about optimal strategies ...
  • Robertson, Alec P.; Slocum, Alexander; Willoughby, Patrick J. (2002-09-17)
    In the field of industrial robotics, many different calibration methods exist to reduce error in the robot system. Locating the manipulator home position is a common calibration technique, which can be divided into three ...
  • Cappiello, Alessandra; Chabini, Ismail; Nam, Edward K.; Lue, Alessandro; Zeid, Maya Abou (2002-09-17)
    A number of vehicle emission models are overly simple, such as static speed-dependent models widely used in practice, and other models are sophisticated as to require excessive inputs and calculations, which can slow down ...
  • Cappiello, Alessandra; Chabini, Ismail; Lue, Alessandro; Zeid, Maya Abou; Nam, Edward K. (2002-09-17)
    Many vehicle emission models are overly simple, such as the speed dependent models used widely, and other models are sufficiently complicated as to require excessive inputs and calculations, which can slow down computational ...
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