Project: EID-RAT 99 — EID Design Rationale

Partner: Honeywell HTC, ASM Consortium
Dates: September 1999 - December 2000
Participants: Jamieson, G., Vicente, K. J.
Collaborator: Dal-Vernon C. Reising (Honeywell)
Description: Although there is substantial industry interest in the demonstrated performance benefits of EID, the methodology is perceived to be labor-intensive and potentially difficult to reproduce on a large scale. Industry representatives perceive these two issues as obstacles to using EID in practice. The ASM Consortium and Honeywell expressed an interest in making EID more tractable and accessible to industry. This project consisted of a case study of the EID process effort that took place in the UMP 00 project. By documenting the design process, a case-based design guideline was generated. Capturing the process by which EID is done and abstracting heuristic guidelines is essential for determining to what extent EID can be fully utilized for industrial-sized applications.

View PDF Jamieson, G.A., Reising, D.V.C., & Hajdukiewicz, J. (2001). EID design rationale project: Case study report. (CEL 01-03). University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.

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