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3 things PLM can learn from UCO (Used Car Ontology)

3 things PLM can learn from UCO (Used Car Ontology)

Our digital and real lives are getting more and more connected. Think about our web experience these days. Mobile devices, map service, location based query, social networks. The list of examples can continue. One of the biggest challenges we have, as a result of web exposure in our real life,…

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Why PLM needs to learn Open World Assumption?

Why PLM needs to learn Open World Assumption?

Have you heard about OWA (Open World Assumption)? If you completed your Math 101 and Mathematical Logic time ago, refresh your memories by navigating to the following Wikipedia article. Here is the definition: In formal logic, the open world assumption is the assumption that the truth-value of a statement is…

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What is the right data model for PLM?

What is the right data model for PLM?

I think the agreement about importance of the data model among all implementers of PDM / PLM is almost absolute. Data drives everything PDM / PLM system is doing. Therefore, to define the data model is the first step in many implementations. It sounds as something simple. However, there is…

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How to improve collaborative processes for the global supply chain?

How to improve collaborative processes for the global supply chain?

In today‚Äôs world, more and more companies need to collaborate globally. In the supply chain, this is a result of companies wanting to optimize their operations and having more suppliers involved in all processes of their activities. There are many solutions that companies are using for the global supply chain….

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