In order to achieve a positive outcome of the systems development, it is crucial to manage interdisciplinary inconsistencies.
Managing Inconsistencies, Managing Success – A Key to Interdisciplinary Innovation!
The development of product service systems requires the collaborative effort of a variety of stakeholders from different disciplines. In model-based systems engineering, stakeholders address their specific concerns by forming a number of views using models. Though different modelling languages, formalisms and tools are employed, the aggregation of models is nowadays limited by the communication between stakeholders and interdisciplinary understanding. Therefore, in order to achieve a positive outcome of the systems development, it is crucial to manage interdisciplinary inconsistencies.
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Minjie Zou M.Sc.
Technical University of Munich
Institute of Automation and Information Systems
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