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Handbook of research in mass customization and personalization

Author: Piller, Frank T. ; Tseng, Mitchell M.Publisher: World Scientific Publishing 2010.Language: EnglishDescription: 1122 p. : Graphs/Ill./Photos ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9789814280259Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical referencesContents Note: Vol.2 "Applications and cases", 531 p.
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Includes bibliographical references

Vol.2 "Applications and cases", 531 p.

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Handbook of Research in Mass Customization and Personalization Contents Volume 1 Foreword and Acknowledgments..................................................................................... vii Introduction: Mass Customization Thinking: Moving from Pilot Stage to an Established Business Strategy........................................ 1 1 Strategic Aspects of Managing Mass Customization and Personalization................... 19 1.1 From Mass Production to Mass Customization: Hindrance Factors, Structural Inertia and Transition Hazard 21 44 65 79 97 118 139 1.2 How to Implement a Mass Customization Strategy: Guidelines for Manufacturing Companies 1.3 Media Market Inertia: A Potential Threat to Success of Mass Customization 1.4 Operationalizing Mass Customization ­ A Conceptual Model Based on Recent Studies in Furniture Manufacturing 1.5 Beyond Mass Customization: Exploring Features of a New Paradigm 1.6 Is the Best Product a Unique Product? Exploring Alternatives to Mass Customization with the Online Community of Threadless 1.7 Before Pine and Dell: Mass Customization in Urban Design, Architecture, Linguistics, and Food 2 Consumer Studies and Marketing Aspects.................................................................... 159 2.1 Typology of Potential Benefits of Mass Customization Offerings for Customers: An Exploratory Study of the Customer Perspective 161 181 208 226 240 263 2.2 The Co-Design Experience: Conceptual Models and Design Tools for Mass Customization 2.3 Why Consumers Are Willing to Pay for Mass Customized Products: Dissociating Product and Experiential Value 2.4 Sneakerheads and Custom Kicks: Insights into Symbolic Mass Customization 2.5 E-Customization: Research and Applications from the Cognitive Learning Theory 2.6 Modularity as a Base for Efficient Life Event Cycle Management 2.7 Bundling, Mass Customization, and Competition under Consumption Uncertainty 275 3 Building the Solution Space: Product and Process Design for Mass Customization..........................................................................................295 3.1 Towards a Knowledge Support System for Product Family Design 3.2 Product Family Modeling: Working With Multiple Abstraction Levels 3.3 Market-based Strategic Platform Design for a Product Family Using a Bayesian Game 3.4 Knowledge Based Configurable Product Platform Models 3.5 Change Prediction for Mass Customized Products: A Product Model View 297 319 338 357 376 4 Making Manufacturing and Supply Chain Management for MCP Work.................401 4.1 An Agility Reference Model for the Manufacturing Enterprise: The Example of the Furniture Industry 403 427 451 487 513 535 537 555 568 581 4.2 Overcoming Configuration Process Complexity of Highly Customizable Components 4.3 Mass Customization of Responsive Automated Assembly Cells 4.4 A Prioritization Algorithm for Configuration Scheduling in a Mass Customization Environment 4.5 Procurement Mechanisms for Customized Products 5 5.1 Rapid Manufacturing for Mass Customization Extreme Customization: Rapid Manufacturing Products that Enhance the Consumer 5.2 e-Manufacturing ­ Making Extreme Mass Customization Real by Laser-Sintering 5.3 RepRap: The Replicating Rapid Prototyper: Maximizing Customizability by Breeding the Means of Production 5.4 Customization of Consumer Goods: First Steps to Fully Customizable Fashionable Ladies' Shoes Volume 2 Foreword and Acknowledgments....................................................................................vii Introduction and Overview..............................................................................................591 1 Customization and Personalization of Services............................................................. 601 1.1 How to Master the Challenges of Service Mass Customization A Persona-Based Approach 603 622 646 665 683 698 717 1.2 Mass Customization in Wireless Communication Services: Individual Services and Tariffs 1.3 Unraveling the Service Innovation Dilemma: The Promise of Network Embeddedness 1.4 Emotional Design Techniques in the Personalization of Services 1.5 1.6 One Size Fits All, Made-to-Measure, and Bespoke Tailoring: Challenges in Building an Attractive Service Portfolio Mass Customization for Individualized Life-long Learning: Needs, Design, and Implementation 1.7 A Mass of Customizers: The WordPress Software Ecosystem 2 Beyond Bespoke Tailoring: Mass Customization in the Apparel Industry..............729 2.1 Virtual Fit of Apparel on the Internet: Current Technology and Future Needs 731 749 771 813 833 852 2.2 RFID Diffusion in Apparel Retail: How Consumer Interest and Knowledge Lead to Acceptance 2.3 Discard "one size fits all" Labels! Proposal for New Size and Body Shape Labels to Achieve Mass Customization in the Apparel Industry 2.4 Developing Considerate Design: Meeting Individual Fashion and Clothing Needs Within a Framework of Sustainability 2.5 Customized Garment Creation with Computer-Aided Design Technology 2.6 A Case Study in Personalized Digitally Printed Clothing 3 Mass Customization in Architecture and Construction.............................................867 3.1 Customizing Building Envelopes: Retrospects and Prospects of Customization in the Building Industry 869 3.2 Mass Custom Design for Sustainable Housing Development 3.3 Customization in Building Design and Construction: A Contribution to Sustainability 892 911 4 Applications of MCP in Various Contexts..................................................................941 4.1 The State of the Art of Mass Customization Practices in Finnish Technology Industries: Results from a Multiple-Case Study 943 965 977 4.2 Opportunities and Challenges of Furniture Manufacturers Implementing Mass Customization 4.3 Mass Customization in the Ophthalmic Lens Industry: Progressive Addition Lenses for Your Visual Map 4.4 Towards a Mass-Customized, Full Surround Simulation of Concert-Theater Effects When Listening to Music Presented on a Pair of Earphones 4.5 Simulation Models to Demonstrate Mass Customization Strategies 996 1005 5 From Mass Customization to Open Innovation......................................................... 1021 5.1 User Innovation and European Manufacturing Industries: Scenarios, Roadmaps and Policy Recommendations 1023 1044 1059 1081 5.2 Bridging the Innovation Gap: From Leading-Edge Users to Mass Market 5.3 Ordinary Users and Creativity: Fostering Radical or Incremental Innovation? 5.4 Modeling and Evaluating Open Innovation as Communicative Influence

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