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Requirements for a design knowledge capture tool to support NASA's Complex Systems  (2007)
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An understanding of the design rationale, or the justification for design decisions made throughout the design process, is necessary in order to understand, recreate, or modify a design. However, this information is rarely captured in a systematic and usable format because there are no tools that adequately facilitate and support the capture of these critical decisions. This paper summarizes the requirements for a design rationale capture tool that supports the capture and retrieval of relevant design knowledge throughout three phases of the design process: Conceptual Design, Design Implementation, and Design Evaluation and Transfer.
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Award, Becky, Best, Capture, Conference, Hooey, Knowledge, of, Paper, received, Track
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Hooey, B. L. & Foyle, D. C. (2007). Requirements for a design knowledge capture tool to support NASA's Complex Systems. International Workshop on Managing Knowledge for Space Missions. Pasadena, CA (July 17-19, 2007).
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