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WYNN, D.C. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2017) Process models in design and development, Research in Engineering Design, DOI 10.1007/s00163-017-0262-7. Available from Springer An organising framework for design and development process models that clarifies the topology of the literature and relates the main perspectives that have been developed.

SHAPIRO, D., CURREN, M.D. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2016) DPCM: a method for modelling and analysing design process changes based on the Applied Signposting Model, Journal of Engineering Design, 27(11), 785-816. Available from Taylor & Francis Design Process Change Method, a description of a method to support modelling and analysing changes in the process domain.

SHAPIRO, D., HAMRAZ, B., SOMMER, A.F. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2015) Investigating the impact of changes in iteration-likelihoods on design process performance. Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications, 23(1), 1-15. Available from SAGE An investigation of changes in the process domain, describing the execution of coordinated and concurrent design activities through interdisciplinary teams.

WYNN, D.C., CALDWELL, N.M.H. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2014) Predicting change propagation in complex design workflows, ASME Journal of Mechanical Design, 136(8). Available from ASME A simulation model to manage change propagation through design workflows, predicting the resource requirements and schedule risk of a change process.

MAIER, J.F., WYNN, D.C., BIEDERMANN, W., LINDEMANN, U. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2014) Simulating progressive iteration, rework and change propagation to prioritise design tasks, Research in Engineering Design, 25(4), 283-307. Available from Springer A model that explores the combined effects of progressive iteration, rework and change propagation during design of interconnected parts within a product architecture.

CHALUPNIK, M.J., WYNN, D.C. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2013) Comparison of ilities for protection against uncertainty in system design, Journal of Engineering Design, 24(12), 814-829. Available from Taylor & Francis A framework to compare the concepts of reliability, robustness, adaptability, versatility, resilience and flexibility as applied to systems design.

LE, H.N., WYNN, D.C. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2012) Impacts of concurrency, iteration, design review, and problem complexity on design project lead time and error generation, Concurrent Engineering: Research and Applications, 20(1), 55-67. Available from SAGE An analysis of the effects of management levers on the lead time and design errors generated in an engineering process.

WYNN, D.C., GREBICI, K. and CLARKSON, P.J. (2011) Modelling the evolution of uncertainty levels during design, International Journal on Interactive Design and Manufacturing, 5(3), 187-202. Available from Springer An analysis of the influences of evolving uncertainty levels on the design process with a focus on uncertainties associated with choosing the values of design parameters.

CLARKSON, P.J. and HAMILTON, J.R. (2000) Signposting: a parameter-driven task-based model of the design process, Research in Engineering Design, 12(1), 18-38. Available from Springer A model of design, founded on the assumption that a design process can be constructed from a predefined set of tasks in which the confidence in key design parameters is used as a basis for identifying, or signposting, the next task.