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Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management

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Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management. / Pulkkinen, Antti (Editor); Leino, Simo-Pekka (Editor); Papinniemi, Jorma (Editor).

DIMECC MANU – Future Digital Manufacturing Final Report. ed. / Kai Syrjälä. Vol. 10 2016. ed. Tampere : Teknologiainfo Teknova, 2016. (Dimecc Publications Series).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapterProfessional

Harvard

Pulkkinen, A, Leino, S-P & Papinniemi, J (eds) 2016, Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management. in K Syrjälä (ed.), DIMECC MANU – Future Digital Manufacturing Final Report. 2016 edn, vol. 10, Dimecc Publications Series, Teknologiainfo Teknova, Tampere.

APA

Pulkkinen, A., Leino, S-P., & Papinniemi, J. (Eds.) (2016). Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management. In K. Syrjälä (Ed.), DIMECC MANU – Future Digital Manufacturing Final Report (2016 ed., Vol. 10). (Dimecc Publications Series). Tampere: Teknologiainfo Teknova.

Vancouver

Pulkkinen A, (ed.), Leino S-P, (ed.), Papinniemi J, (ed.). Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management. In Syrjälä K, editor, DIMECC MANU – Future Digital Manufacturing Final Report. 2016 ed. Vol. 10. Tampere: Teknologiainfo Teknova. 2016. (Dimecc Publications Series).

Author

Pulkkinen, Antti (Editor) ; Leino, Simo-Pekka (Editor) ; Papinniemi, Jorma (Editor). / Persistent Business Transformation with Product Knowledge and Lifecycle Management. DIMECC MANU – Future Digital Manufacturing Final Report. editor / Kai Syrjälä. Vol. 10 2016. ed. Tampere : Teknologiainfo Teknova, 2016. (Dimecc Publications Series).

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