Grum, Marcus | Gronau, Norbert
Process Modeling within Augmented Reality - The Bidirectional Interplay of Two Worlds
The collaboration during the modeling process is uncomfortable and characterized by various limitations. Faced with the successful transfer of first process modeling languages to the augmented world, non-transparent processes can be visualized in a more comprehensive way. With the aim to rise comfortability, speed, accuracy and manifoldness of real world process augmentations, a framework for the bidirectional interplay of the common process modeling world and the augmented world has been designed as morphologic box. Its demonstration proves the working of drawn AR integrations. Identified dimensions were derived from (1) a designed knowledge construction axiom, (2) a designed meta-model, (3) designed use cases and (4) designed directional interplay modes. Through a workshop-based survey, the so far best AR modeling configuration is identified, which can serve for benchmarks and implementations.
|Authors||Grum, Marcus; Gronau, Norbert|
|Publisher||Springer International Publishing|
|Keywords||Augmented reality, Process modeling, Simulation process building, Generalized knowledge constructin axiom, Meta-model, Use cases, Morphologic box, Industry 4.0, CPS, CPPS, Internet of things|