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Author: Stefano Filippi; Ilaria Cristofolini
Publisher: London : Springer-Verlag London, 2010.
ISBNISSN: 9781848827714, 1848827717
Responsibility: The design guidelines collaborative framework : a design for multi-X methods for product development
Edition: Print book : English


The Design Guidelines Collaborative Framework describes a knowledge-based ?design for multi-X? method, aimed at improving and assisting the work of designers, manufacturers, and inspectors in the areas of product redesign and process reconfiguration. Designers are not necessarily experts in manufacturing and verification processes; likewise, manufacturers and inspectors may not be experts in design. For this reason, the Design Guidelines Collaborative Framework (DGLs-CF) constitutes a meeting point for all three parties, where their knowledge is formalized, expanded upon, and put at the designers? disposal, thereby maximizing the user-friendliness of the results. The DGLs-CF is characterized by the homogeneous union of different algorithms, clear interfaces among the modules that implement them, and clear roles assigned to the different actors. These elements, together with a strong adherence to the ISO GPS standards, make the DGLs-CF the perfect environment for researchers, experts in different fields, and industrial partners to formalize their knowledge, and develop and implement their own algorithms and procedures. The Design Guidelines Collaborative Framework uses the simple IDEF0 formalism to describe the DGLs-CF framework in a top-down way, in order to facilitate readers? comprehension, and their adoption and development of the framework. Several case studies on the application of the DGLs-CF in industrial environments show the framework?s effectiveness and robustness. Industrial and academic researchers will find this book a useful guide to the DGLs-CF and mechanical engineers will be quick to appreciate the streamlined approach it describes.
Originally published: 2014.
Formerly CIP. Macedonian context --
Mapping urban identity --
The disintegration of Yugoslavia : gender - experienced by three generations --
Getting along --
Shopping for the "new" person --
Silhouette : the sculpted body. Includes indexes. Introduction : a language for mourning --
Speaking bodies --
Passing and the politics of queer loss post-apartheid --
Traumatic witnessing : photography and disappearance --
Mourning the present --
Disavowed loss during apartheid and after in the time of AIDS --
Refusing transcendence : the deaths of Biko and the archives of apartheid --
(Without) conclusion : "The crisis is not over." "Impossible Mourning argues that while the HIV/AIDS epidemic has figured largely in public discourse in South Africa over the last ten years, particularly in debates about governance and constitutional rights post-apartheid, the experiences of people living with HIV for the most part remain invisible and the multiple losses due to AIDS have gone publicly unmourned. This profound fact is at the center of this book which explores the significance of the disavowal of AIDS-death in relation to violence, death, and mourning under apartheid. Impossible Mourning shows how in spite of the magnitude of the epidemic and as a result of the stigma and discrimination that has largely characterized both national and personal responses to the epidemic, spaces for the expression of collective mourning have been few. This book engages with multiple forms of visual representation that work variously to compound, undo, and complicate the politics of loss. Drawing on work Thomas did in art and narrative support groups while working with people living with HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, a township outside of the city of Cape Town this book also includes analyses of the work of South African visual artists and photographers Jane Alexander, Gille de Vlieg, Jillian Edelstein, Pieter Hugo, Ezrom Legae, Gideon Mendel, Zanele Muholi, Sam Nhlengethwa, Paul Stopforth, and Diane Victor."--Back cover. Flat belly philosophy. You are what you eat --
Budgeting calories --
Foods to be wary of --
Abdominal muscles --
Abdominal exercises --
Rise and shine, it's breakfast time --
Lunch break --
Snack time --
Salads --
Soups and stews --
Appetizers and hors d'oeuvres --
Side dishes --
Dips, spreads, and dressings --
Pizza --
Poultry --
Vegetarian --
Beef and pork --
Seafood --
Not-so-sinful desserts --
Appendix A: Caloric content of beverages --
Appendix B: Smart substitutions. Ex-SAS operative Ben Hope is living a peaceful life in rural France - until a phone call from an old army comrade turns his world upside down. Eminent Egyptologist Morgan Paxton has been brutally murdered while working on the mysterious Akhenaten Project in Cairo, and Colonel Harry Paxton wants Ben to find his son's killer. Ben is unable to refuse the request from the man who once saved his life - but when Harry asks him to avenge his son's death he's in dangerous territory. 1e dr.: 1973. Duchamp's work challenges its audience with a perhaps uncomfortably on-target vision of our extrapolated social, political, and economic structures as well as with a decidedly leftist, feminist message. It is definitely a work heavy on the "cognitive pleasures" that Robert Scholes identified as proper to good sf. But, for those willing to accept its challenges, the narrative experience of the Marq'ssan Cycle, fulfills our need for both cognition and for sublimation as well. Includes index. Course Notes are printed copies of PowerPoint slides that cover all topics that appear in the third edition of Introduction to Sound: accoustics for the hearing and speech sciences.--Preface. CD-ROM titulado The One Show, Vol. 30: Radio Winners. Parent guide --
1. Colors, colors --
2. Ten scoops --
3. Funny faces --
4. I like to eat --
5. Too many pets --
6. On the job --
7. Birthday shapes --
8. My busy body --
9. My family --
10. Dress up. This series focuses on a familiar early-learning concept and uses patterned, repetitive text that parents read aloud and together with their children. These emergent readers are just right for children who want to read, but aren't quite ready to sound out words using phonics. Hemani Bedi (= Hermani Singh) contributed significantly to the preparation of the first two chapters. Foreword; The Empress of Solitude; From Kali to Durga; Rini Dhumal's Woman; Reiterations -- Self in the Making; Catalogue; Paintings; Prints; Watercolour & Mixed Media; Travelogues; Excerpts from Limited Edition Books; A Woman with Wings; Illustrated Biography. Dépouillement: v. 1. Here and now --
v. 2. Beginnings --
v. 3. Modern times --
v. 4. Present tense. 1. Introduction 2. Ideologies of Welfare 3. The New Right 4. The development of the welfare state 5. Attitudes towards the welfare state 6. Welfare and their ideal society 7. Assessment THE MIDDLE WAY 8. The development of the welfare state 9. Attitudes towards the welfare state 10. Welfare and their ideal society 11. Assessment DEMOCRATIC SOCIALISM 12. The development of the welfare state 13. Attitudes towards the welfare state 14. Welfare and their ideal society 15. Assessment MARXISM 16. The development of the welfare state 17. Attitudes towards the welfare state 18. Welfare and their ideal society 19. Assessment FEMINISM 20. Strands of feminism 21. The development of the welfare state 22. Attitudes towards the welfare state 23. Welfare and their ideal society 24. Assessment GREENISM 25. Strands of Greenism 26. The development of the welfare state 27. Attitudes towards the welfare state 28. Welfare and their ideal society 29. Assessment CONCLUSION 30. Attitudes to the role of the welfare state 31. The possibilities of politics 32. Beliefs about the economy 33. Different approaches to the good society 34. Conclusion Bibliography Index