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Exemplary automotive development process according to the V-model. 

Exemplary automotive development process according to the V-model. 

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Increasing integration of electrics/electronics (E/E) systems and software into modern products has led to a significant change in value creation and development of formerly mechanically oriented industries. With rising share of information technology in previously mechanics-based products both product functionalities and customer benefit increase,...

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... this purpose, indicating parameters have to be introduced, which are able of characterize product maturity in view of the development processes in all involved domains. Figure 1 shows a typical development process according to the so-called V-model, applied on automotive mechatronics systems, [1]. The V-model represents a special case of waterfall models that describe sequential steps of product development, [4]. ...

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The production of multi-variant products using highly automated systems is increasingly becoming a core competence in the automotive industry. In particular, the interface between product development and production – the production development – bears a high responsibility and is facing increasing challenges. In production stages, such as the autom...

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