Growth and Development of Computer Aided Innovation

Growth and Development of Computer Aided Innovation

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Computer-AidedInnovation(CAI)isayoungdomaininthearrayofCAxte- nologies. ThegoalofCAIistosupportengineersandenterprisesthroughoutthe completeinnovationprocess. AlthoughsomeexistingideasandconceptsofCAI focus on assisting product designers in their creative stage, a more compreh- sive vision conceives CAI systems beginning at the creative stage of perceiving business opportunities and customer demands, then helping in developing - ventions and, further on, providing help up to the point of turning inventions into successful innovations in the market. Following the track of the last two successful CAI conferences held in 2005, in Germany, and 2007 in USA, the ThirdIFIPWorkingConferenceonComputer-AidedInnovation(CAI)washeld in Harbin, China, and attractedparticipants fromacademia and industry. This workingconferencecontinuedthe traditionofstronglylinkingacademicand- dustrymembers. Theconferencehadseveralparallelsessions, andeightkeynote sessions. Over 100 participants attended the conference. Some famous scholars wereinvited askeynotespeakers. I would liketo takethe opportunityto thank all the authors for their quality research, the international Program Comm- teemembersfortheirsupportinreviewingthepapers, andthelocalOrganizing Committeefortheirpreparationoftheconference. Furthermore, IthanktheC- neseNaturalScienceFoundation, theDepartmentofScienceandTechnologyof HeilongjiangProvincialGovernment, theInstituteofDesignforInnovation, and Hebei University of Technology, for their ?nancial support of the conference. I wouldalsoliketothankZhuLin, YaoYihang, XueGuiying, andCaoGuozhong for their signi?cantcontributions towardthe successof the conference. August 2009 Runhua Tan Organization TheThirdIFIPWorkingConferenceonComputer-AidedInnovation(CAI)was organized by Hebei University of Technology and the Department of Science andTechnologyofHeilongjiangProvincialGovernmentincooperationwiththe National Natural Science Foundationof China. Program Committee Conference Chair Runhua Tan, (Hebei University ofTechnology, China) Noel Leon(ITESM, Campus Monterrey, Mexico) OrganizingChair T. S. Yang (Department ofScience and Technologyof Heilongjiang Provincial Government, China) Referees T. Arciszewski(USA) Y. Li (China) M. Ashtiani (USA) H. Liu (China) G. Cascini(Italy) M. L. Maher (Australia) D. Cavalucci (France) M. B. Mc Grath(USA) R. De Guio(France) G. Mukundan (USA) S. K. Cho (USA) G. Olling (USA) S. Finger (USA) J. Ovtcharova(Germany) J. Gero(Australia) E. Schueler-Hainsch(Germany) C. Gundlach(GermThe calculations made here are pertaining to Airbus 380-800 types of aircraft only. 4.1 Flare ... The stalling speed of the various aircrafts with maximum landing weight (MLW) at sea level can be found from the aircraft manufacturera#39;s manual.

Title:Growth and Development of Computer Aided Innovation
Author:Runhua Tan, Guozhong Cao, Noel Leon
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2009-07-29


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