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6. g. g. by establishing the qualities of industrial products or their ease of use. 7. Physical laws impose objective constraints; however, these have already been considered by the creators and producers while creating and materializing a possible response, and are almost always transparent to the evaluators. 8. The decision to use value, defined as the ratio of satisfaction generated to resources consumed (definition adapted from Hundal, 1997), is itself an arbitrary or subjective decision because another choice could catalog another initially discarded solution as better.
If we adopt the definition of ‘value’ shown in Eq. 1 to define a ‘good solution,’ we could rephrase the question as follows: how can we know whether maximum satisfaction and minimum resource consumption will be achieved? This question, in turn, leads to another: in order to achieve minimum resource consumption, how can we know whether the solution will be satisfactory enough before consuming the resources required for a detailed design? Due to its high degree of abstraction, this is one of the last problems that man has addressed with a general approach outside of a specific discipline.
It is subjective because it depends on a creative process. Without the idea, there is nothing. References Akiyama, K. 1991. Function Analysis: Systematic Improvement of Quality and Performance. Cambridge, MA: Productivity Press Inc.