Query returned 11238 results.

An Object Oriented Product Structure For Assembly Modelling

van Holland, Winfried; Bronsvoort, Willem F. // 1996

Design Process Capture and Support

Blessing, Lucienne T. M. // 1996

Issues in product structuring

Tichem, M.; Storm, T.; Andreasen, M. M.; MacCallum, K.J. // 1996

Mastering Product Variety

Hildre, Hans Petter // 1996

Modelling Information and Activities in Delivery of Power Plant Pipings

Pulkkinen, Antti; Vainio-Mattila, Markus; Rittahuhta, Asko // 1996

Product knowledge Modelling and Management

Zhang, Y.; MacCallum, K. J.; Duffy, A. H. B. // 1996

Product Structuring in Reality

Yu, Bei; MacCallum, Ken // 1996

The Structuring of Products and Product Programmes

Andreasen, Mogens Myrup; Hansen, Claus Thorp; Mortensen, Niels Henrik // 1996

DS52_Feature modelling for assembly

van Holland, Winfried; Bronsvoort, Willem F. // 1995

DS52_Product structuring

van der Vegte, Wilfred // 1995

Boolean Searches

The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:

  • design community
    Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
  • +design -community
    Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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