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Design for Excellence or Design For Excellence (DfX or DFX), are terms and expansions used interchangeably in the existing literature, where the X in design for X is a variable which can have one of many possible values. In many fields (e.g., very-large-scale integration (VLSI) and nanoelectronics) X may represent several traits or features including: manufacturability, power, variability, cost, yield, or reliability. This gives rise to the terms design for manufacturability (DfM, DFM), design for inspection (DFI), design for variability (DfV), design for cost (DfC). Similarly, other disciplines may associate other traits, attributes, or objectives for X.

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  • Design for Excellence or Design For Excellence (DfX or DFX), are terms and expansions used interchangeably in the existing literature, where the X in design for X is a variable which can have one of many possible values. In many fields (e.g., very-large-scale integration (VLSI) and nanoelectronics) X may represent several traits or features including: manufacturability, power, variability, cost, yield, or reliability. This gives rise to the terms design for manufacturability (DfM, DFM), design for inspection (DFI), design for variability (DfV), design for cost (DfC). Similarly, other disciplines may associate other traits, attributes, or objectives for X. Under the label design for X, a wide set of specific design guidelines are summarized. Each design guideline addresses a given issue that is caused by, or affects the traits of, a product. The design guidelines usually propose an approach and corresponding methods that may help to generate and apply technical knowledge to control, improve, or even invent particular traits of a product. From a knowledge-based view, the design guideline represents an explicit form of knowledge, that contains information about knowing-how-to (see Procedural knowledge). However, two problems are prevalent. First, this explicit knowledge (i.e., the design guidelines) were transformed from a tacit form of knowledge (i.e., by experienced engineers, or other specialists). Thus, it is not granted that a freshman or someone who is outside the subject area will comprehend this generated explicit knowledge. This is because it still contains embedded fractions of knowledge or respectively include non-obvious assumptions, also called context-dependency (see e.g. Doz and Santos, 1997:16–18). Second, the traits of a product are likely to exceed the knowledge base of one human. There exists a wide range of specialized fields of engineering, and considering the whole life cycle of a product will require non-engineering expertise. For this purpose, examples of design guidelines are listed in the following. (en)
  • Le sigle anglais DFX, formé à partir des initiales de Design For X, est l'ensemble des règles à observer lors de l'étude, la conception d'un circuit intégré ou d'un système électronique ou encore de tout système afin d'améliorer le terme qui remplacerait la lettre X. Quelques exemples : 1. * DFA Design for Assembly – en français, conception de produits favorisant l’assemblage 2. * DFM Design For Manufacturing ou Design For Manufacturability – en français, conception de produits favorisant la fabrication 3. * DFMA 1/ Design for Manufacturing (ou Manufacturability) and Assembly – en français, conception de produits favorisant la fabrication et l'assemblage 2/ Design for Maintenance – en français, conception de produits favorisant la maintenance 4. * DFP Design For Producibility – en français, conception de produits favorisant la production (producibility : facilité de production) 5. * DFP Design For Procurement - en Français consiste à choisir des composants ou des schémas de supply chain visant à faciliter la vie série (fiabilité des fournisseurs, optimisation des lead time) 6. * DFR Design for Reliability – en français, conception de produits favorisant la fiabilité 7. * DFS Design for Services – en français, conception de produits favorisant les services 8. * DFT Design for Testability – en français, conception favorisant la testabilité (testability : aptitude à se prêter à des tests, testabilité) Chaque entreprise a ses propres règles de DFX.Certaines entreprises ont mis ces règles à la disposition du public. (fr)
  • Il Design for X (DFX, uno degli strumenti del concurrent engineering è un'espressione inglese utilizzata in ambito industriale per indicare un metodo di progettazione pensato in base al ciclo di vita del prodotto al fine di migliorare la qualità e ridurre i costi ed i tempi di realizzazione di un progetto.Si cerca, con tale approccio, di abbattere i muri della progettazione seriale, al fine di ottenere, appunto, un approccio integrato, ad esempio tramite: * Design for economic manufacturability; * Design for producibility; * Design for testability; * Design for reliability; * Design for installability; * Design for serviceability; * Design for recycling; * Design for environment. (it)
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  • Design for Excellence or Design For Excellence (DfX or DFX), are terms and expansions used interchangeably in the existing literature, where the X in design for X is a variable which can have one of many possible values. In many fields (e.g., very-large-scale integration (VLSI) and nanoelectronics) X may represent several traits or features including: manufacturability, power, variability, cost, yield, or reliability. This gives rise to the terms design for manufacturability (DfM, DFM), design for inspection (DFI), design for variability (DfV), design for cost (DfC). Similarly, other disciplines may associate other traits, attributes, or objectives for X. (en)
  • Le sigle anglais DFX, formé à partir des initiales de Design For X, est l'ensemble des règles à observer lors de l'étude, la conception d'un circuit intégré ou d'un système électronique ou encore de tout système afin d'améliorer le terme qui remplacerait la lettre X. Quelques exemples : Chaque entreprise a ses propres règles de DFX.Certaines entreprises ont mis ces règles à la disposition du public. (fr)
  • Il Design for X (DFX, uno degli strumenti del concurrent engineering è un'espressione inglese utilizzata in ambito industriale per indicare un metodo di progettazione pensato in base al ciclo di vita del prodotto al fine di migliorare la qualità e ridurre i costi ed i tempi di realizzazione di un progetto.Si cerca, con tale approccio, di abbattere i muri della progettazione seriale, al fine di ottenere, appunto, un approccio integrato, ad esempio tramite: (it)
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  • Design for X (en)
  • DFX (fr)
  • Design for X (it)
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