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Behaviour

Working Definition

TBA

Definitions from the literature

Webster's Dictionary
The manner of conducting oneself; the way in which something behaves; the particular reaction of some person or thing.

[KT94]
Examples of behaviour are given as temperature, stress, flow velocity.

[SOK96]
“…the internal operational logic of a product or process design, that is, the more physical expression of the artifact and its interactions with its user and its environment, whether intentional or not.”

[QG96]
“…how a design achieves its functions.”

[#4]
“…sequential state transitions along time.”

[GS96]
“…output behaviors of a device are its 'observable' behaviors, while the internal behaviors are the causal processes that result in the output behaviors.”

Discussion

References

KT94. a S.M. Kannapan and D.L. Taylor. 1994. The Interplay of Context, Process, and Conflict in Concurrent Engineering (Submitted to Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications).
SOK96. a R. H. Sturges, K. O'Shaughnessy and M. I. Kilani. 1996. Computational model for conceptual design based on extended function logic. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 10:255-274.
QG96. a L. Qian and S. Gero. 1996. Function-behavior-structure paths and their role in analogy-based design. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 10:289-312.
#4. a UIY96+
GS96. a A. K. Goel and E. Stroulia. 1996. Functional device models and model-based diagnosis in adaptive design. Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, 10:355-370.
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