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Analysis of Complicated Product Development Process and its Activity Line Based on Restraint

Cao Shouqi1 Chen Yun2 Han Yanling1 Fang Minglun1
1Shanghai UniversityShanghai200072
2Shanghai University of Finance&EconomicsShanghai200433

Abstract:Analysis of Complicated Product Development Process and its Activity Line Based on RestraintCao Shouqi,Chen Yun, Han Yanling, Fang Minglun 1. CIMS and Robot Center, Shanghai University, Shanghai 200072; 2. Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai 200433Abstract:In order to realize the purposes of analyzing and controlling micro-processes of product development according to different levels and regions in different phases, a planning and design method of the product development processes is put forward on the basis of self-organizing and organized methodology. In the process of stratifcation and decomposition of task and product development based on restraint, the influence and restraint factors in connection with the processes are reflected and embodied by logic state and evaluation probability. By applying quality and principle of reachability matrix in graphics theory, activity sequence and its route of product development are analyzed quantitatively; macroscopic process management and microcosmic process control of product development are realized, and the organization mode, state evolution and work flow of product development activities are observed and analyzed under a transparent and controllable environment all the time. All these help project managers to know about the primary route and key point juncture of product development processes and overcome the difficulty of traditional methods in the way .of modeling and analysis by synthesizing multiple elements and crossing entire processes.
Key words:self-organizing; task decomposition ; activity sequence; restraint ; critical path

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