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System engineering for collaborative data management systems: Application to design / simulation loops

Abstract : This doctoral thesis analyses the evolution of digital technologies and methods for data management systems applied to the context of extended enterprise. Nowadays, in the aeronautics' product development context, projects are evolving towards large-scale partnerships. A large amount of data created for this product development has then to be processed and managed in a coherent way between the different partners. Indeed, the need of enabling data exchange and integration has evolved from the simple file to the management of an integrated design context. This way, closer integration between data created and managed is identified as a factor to shorten the development cycle. This integration involves as well the integration of the overall data created all along the project as the structure to support processes. This PhD dissertation then presents the study of a centralised architecture to ensure the multi-partnership and multi-view engineering by providing a common referential for data semantic. The use of standards in this study also complies with a high level of interoperability issues in terms of consistency and easy migration of data between engineering systems and activities.
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Thomas Nguyen Van. System engineering for collaborative data management systems: Application to design / simulation loops. Engineering Sciences [physics]. Ecole Centrale Paris, 2006. English. ⟨tel-00181449⟩

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