TAXONOMÍAS DE COMPORTAMIENTOS HUMANOS EN EL MODELO B‐CUBE
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Functional design has been broadly used in all engineering fields, but nowadays it has been revealed as a useful tool both for enterprise design and organization, and project management and direction. The FBS framework has been established as one of the most effectives and extended ones for including all parts that characterize functional design: functions, behaviours, and structures. Authors propose B-Cube model in order to represent and manipulate knowledge within this framework. This model proposes a three-dimensional approach that uses definitions as behaviour’s concepts, and it has been tested in tangible objects design. But quantity of knowledge in universe is immense, almost infinite. In order of being able to manage this knowledge, each different branch of science has developed its own particular system, and multitude of vocabularies have been elaborated for structuring the specific parts of knowledge. One special kind of classification commonly used is a taxonomy, a set of concepts and relationships hierarchically arranged and classified in classes and sub-classes. The present work shows a study over human’s behaviour taxonomies with the aim of pointing the optimal for representing the needed levels of FBS framework for functional design through B-Cube model. Keywords: Taxonomy; functional design; B-Cube; behaviour; role behaviours.
- CIDIP 2010 (Madrid)