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Special Issue on Data-Driven Design (D3)
With the arrival of Cyber-Physical Systems or Internet of Things (IoT) era, the massive human- and machine-generated data can create unprecedented challenges and at the same time unmatched opportunities in advancing the theory, methods, tools and practice of Data-Driven Design (D3) for products, systems and services. By exploiting such huge, versatile and highly contextualized through-life data, design engineers can harness their organization’s competitive edge by uncovering patterns, novel insights and knowledge for D3. The aim of this special issue is to bring together original and archival articles that present significant contributions in advancing the D3 field. Examples of D3 topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
Relevance to engineering design will be explicitly considered as a criterion in the review process.
Please submit your paper to ASME at http://journaltool.asme.org/Content/index.cfm and note on the cover page that your paper is intended for the special issue on “Data-Driven Design”. Please also e-mail the Editor, Dr. Shapour Azarm at email@example.com (and cc: firstname.lastname@example.org) to alert them that your paper is intended for the special issue. Information about the Journal of Mechanical Design can be found at http://www.asmejmd.org/. Please note that a limit of 12 journal pages without ASME page fees will be observed.
Publication Target Dates
Papers received after February 20, 2017, may still be considered for the special issue if time and space permit. In certain circumstances, papers that are not ready for production in time for inclusion in the special issue may be considered for a regular issue of the journal.
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