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Gim: Grai Integrated Methodology for Product Development

  • Guy Doumeingts
  • Philippe Girard
  • Benoît Eynard

Abstract

This chapter extends the conceptual GRAI model to include design activities of products, in addition to manufacturing systems. Section 1 reviews the importance of design management. Sections 2 highlights main features of GIM (GRAI Integrated Methodology). Its use in modelling products and product design processes is discussed in Section 3.

Keywords

Product Development Design Activity Abstraction Level Object Plan Decision Centre 
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  • Guy Doumeingts
  • Philippe Girard
  • Benoît Eynard

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