2015 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His main research concerns Systems engineering, Conceptual design, Designtheory, Design process and Engineering design process. Tetsuo Tomiyama has included themes like Probabilistic design, Mechatronics and Design methods in his Systems engineering study. His Conceptual design research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Functional design and Function.
His research integrates issues of Theoretical computer science, Management science, Metamodeling and Design knowledge, Process in his study of Designtheory. His Design process study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Artificial intelligence. His Engineering design process research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Object, Complexity management and Simulation.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Systems engineering, Software engineering, Design knowledge, Fault and Artificial intelligence. His work in Systems engineering addresses issues such as Design process, which are connected to fields such as Object. His Software engineering study also includes fields such as
His Design knowledge research incorporates elements of Management science and Knowledge management. His research on Fault also deals with topics like
His primary areas of study are Systems engineering, Engineering design process, New product development, Mechatronics and Process. His Systems engineering study incorporates themes from Conceptual design, Systems architecture and Decomposition. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Knowledge management, Field, Product-service system, Complexity management and Design process.
His studies in Design process integrate themes in fields like Design review, Modeling language and Design methods. His study in Mechatronics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Computer Aided Design, Service, Control, Hierarchical control system and Software. The various areas that he examines in his Process study include Multi-objective optimization, Cyber-physical system, Control reconfiguration and Condition monitoring.
Tetsuo Tomiyama focuses on Systems engineering, Engineering design process, New product development, Process and Mechatronics. The Function research Tetsuo Tomiyama does as part of his general Systems engineering study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Capital good, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. His studies deal with areas such as Risk analysis, Design process and Management science as well as Engineering design process.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Field, Designtheory and Design methods in addition to Design process. His New product development research focuses on Systems design and how it connects with Domain. Tetsuo Tomiyama interconnects Design knowledge and Product in the investigation of issues within Conceptual design.
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Supporting conceptual design based on the function-behavior-state modeler
Yasushi Umeda;Masaki Ishii;Masaharu Yoshioka;Yoshiki Shimomura.
Ai Edam Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing (1996)
Editorial: Advanced Engineering Informatics
John Kunz;Ian Smith;Tetsuo Tomiyama.
Advanced Engineering Informatics (2007)
Complexity in engineering design and manufacturing
Waguih ElMaraghy;Hoda ElMaraghy;Tetsuo Tomiyama;Laszlo Monostori.
Modeling design processes
Hideaki Takeda;Paul Veerkamp;Tetsuo Tomiyama;Hiroyuki Yoshikawa.
Ai Magazine (1990)
Design methodologies: Industrial and educational applications
T. Tomiyama;P. Gu;P. Gu;Y. Jin;Diederick Lutters.
CIRP Annals (2009)
A review of function modeling: Approaches and applications
M. s. Erden;H. Komoto;T. j. Van beek;V. D'amelio.
Ai Edam Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing (2008)
Functional reasoning in design
Y. Umeda;T. Tomiyama.
IEEE Intelligent Systems (1997)
Extended general design theory
T. Tomiyama;H. Yoshikawa.
Department of Computer Science [CS] (1986)
Study on life-cycle design for the post mass production paradigm
Yasushi Umeda;Akira Nonomura;Tetsuo Tomiyama.
Ai Edam Artificial Intelligence for Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing (2000)
Design, modelling, simulation and integration of cyber physical systems
P. Hehenberger;B. Vogel-Heuser;D. Bradley;B. Eynard.
Computers in Industry (2016)
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