Distributed Manufacturing: Paradigm, Concepts, Solutions and Examples (Google eBook)
Changing world market conditions have forced manufacturers to apply new architectures and technologies for the design and control of manufacturing systems. Distributed Manufacturing: Paradigm, Concepts, Solutions and Examples outlines the current requirements of manufacturing systems and addresses the architectures, methodologies, and technologies developed within European research activities in response to these requirements. Distributed Manufacturing: Paradigm, Concepts, Solutions and Examples will be of interest to researchers and developers in all fields involving industrial control systems, as well as to decision-makers within industry and government organizations. The reader will gain a detailed knowledge of the current research directions in industrial control, reaching a comprehensive understanding of current advances, their expected benefits and limitations, and the possible consequences for industrial businesses.
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Paradigms Concepts Solutions
The Concurrent Product Development Process 11
A Coevolutionary Perspective on Distributed Manufacturing 29 2 1 Introduction
Flexibility and Reconfigurability in Manufacturing by Means
Collaborative Virtual Environments and Immersion in Distributed
Communication Systems as an Integral Part of Distributed Automation
Ability Application adaptive application building blocks approach architecture augmented reality automation systems basic behavior challenges co-evolution communication system companies complex components computing concepts Concurrent Enterprising control application building control devices control logic described design patterns device functions distributed control systems Distributed Manufacturing distributed systems dynamics e-mail emerging enable engineering Enterprise Resource Planning entities environment Ethernet execution field control fieldbus systems fitness landscapes flexibility game theories hardware Holon implementation Industrial Ethernet industrial networks integration interaction interfaces Internet Internet forums interorganisational layer Manufacturing Execution System manufacturing system mechanisms mechatronical units Multi-Agent Systems operations Order Agent organisational PABADIS PABADIS’PROMISE paradigms platform problem product cost product development production systems PROSA protocol Radar chart requirements Resource Agent RFID scheduling software building solution standard strategy structure technologies tems tion turing virtual