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Coupling system design and project planning : discussion on a bijective link between system and project structures

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This article discuss the architecture of an integrated model able to support the coupling between a system design process and a project planning process. The project planning process is in charge of defining, planning and controlling the system design project. A benchmarking analysis carried out with fifteen companies belonging to the world competitiveness cluster, Aerospace Valley, has highlighted a lack of models, processes and tools for aiding the interactions between the two environments. We define the coupling as the establishment of links between entities of the two domains while preserving their original semantic, thus allowing information to be collected. The proposed coupling is recursive. It enables systems to be decomposed into subsystems when designers consider complexity to be too high, and can also decompose projects into sub-projects. The coupling enables systematically links to be drawn between project entities and system entities. In this paper, we discuss the different possibilities of linking system and project structures during the design and the planning processes. Firstly, after presenting the results of the industrial analysis, the different entities are defined and the various coupling modes are discussed.
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hal-04023586 , version 1 (10-03-2023)

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  • OATAO : 7952

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Élise Vareilles, Thierry Coudert, Michel Aldanondo, Laurent Geneste, Joël Abeille. Coupling system design and project planning : discussion on a bijective link between system and project structures. INCOM 2012 - 14th IFAC Symposium on Information Control Problems in Manufacturing, May 2012, Bucarest, Romania. pp.1089-1094. ⟨hal-04023586⟩
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