This book includes a keynote lecture and fourteen selected papers that describe a general guideline and supporting concepts and tools of technology development as a grammar. Recent advances in scientific and engineering fields require new disciplines, tools, and concepts. For example, advances in computer simulation demand new approaches to statistical techniques to utilize that simulation efficiently for technology development. Increasingly, researchers and academicians are drawn to develop a grammar of technology development as a standardized approach. The papers collected in this book focus on such new approaches based on these practical requirements and represent the pioneering directions and advanced knowledge stemming from this field. Divided into three parts, the book contains discussions and case studies dealing with systematic approaches to technology development, the design of experiments in digital engineering, and statistical methods for technology development. This valuable collection will contribute to the acceleration of technology development through the application of the grammar of technology.