Talks and Poster Presentations (with Proceedings-Entry):

H. Tellioglu:
"Practicing Modelling in Manufacturing";
Talk: The International Conference on Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE'09), Herzeliya, Haifa, Israel; 2009-05-02 - 2009-05-05; in: "Proceedings of the International Conference on Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE'09)", (2009).

English abstract:
This paper is about understanding modelling
practices in manufacturing and contribute in
methodologies and approaches facilitating
introduction of modelling in a company. Based on
ethnographic studies at real work environments and
scenario-building workshops, we could identify and
analyse several issues like how to involve and engage
domain workers in modelling activities, that there are
four different levels of formal and informal models
(paper-based, table-based, non-executable and
executable), that domain workers are first of all
interested in the first two levels especially to support
product design. Furthermore, modelling of products
and processes are interlinked, and different
approaches to modelling must be supported and
encouraged in an enterprise to enable participation of
domain workers in modelling activities.

Electronic version of the publication:

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