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Knowledge Extracting from Eco-Design Activity

Abstract : The integration of eco-design in industries is becoming more and more considered as a necessary condition of Sustainable development. It should be noted that the consideration of environmental issues in design can modify the objectives, outputs, resources, processes and performance indicators of a company. Eco-design goals (using of renewable materials, recycling, reducing energy, etc.) coupled with economic and social objectives (implication of stakeholders, sharing knowledge, considering culture aspect, etc.) are more or less considered in proactive or prescriptive way. These approaches lead to develop innovative solutions (circular economy, hybrid energy production, etc.). Even some rules are identified for sustainability but the application of these rules still no common in industries. Each industry try to understand these rules and apply some of them. The relationships between technical, economical and organizational aspects still undetermined. In this paper, extracting knowledge from the applications of sustainability rules in industries is presented as a way to share eco-design indicators. This first studies will help to define concept models of eco-design which help to extract indicators from documents and guide designers to consider environment criteria an evaluate their design.
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Nada Matta, Tatiana Reyes, Florian Bratec. Knowledge Extracting from Eco-Design Activity. 5th IFIP International Workshop on Artificial Intelligence for Knowledge Management (AI4KM), Aug 2017, Melbourne, VIC, Australia. pp.84-98, ⟨10.1007/978-3-030-29904-0_7⟩. ⟨hal-02517694⟩



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