Balanced Automation Systems
This volume introduces the concept of balanced automation, taking into account the social and economic context. It includes the presentation and discussion of a selected number of results and approaches to architectures and design methods. Special emphasis is placed on the strategies for migration from legacy systems.
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The extended enterprise manufacturing and the value chain
Continuous education in new manufacturing systems
Information and command infrastructures for small and medium size
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Balanced Automation Systems: Architectures and design methods
Luis M. Camarinha-Matos,Hamideh Afsarmanesh
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Abstract Afsarmanesh agent algorithm analysis application approach architecture Artificial Intelligence aspects assembly automatic automation basic batch behavior CAC activity CAE system Camarinha-Matos CAPP CIMOSA complex component Computer Integrated Manufacturing concept Concurrent Engineering constraints database defined definition described discrete event simulator domain dynamic enterprise entities environment error evaluation example execution expert systems feature federated architecture Figure Flexible Manufacturing Systems framework function global human IEEE implementation industrial infrastructure input Intelligent interaction interface interoperability tests knowledge layer layout machine machining cell methodology methods module monitoring object object-oriented operations OPIM optimization organizational parameters PEER performed Petri Nets PFS/MFG phase plant presented problem process planning Production Systems reference models represented requirements RM-ODP robot scheduling schema sensor sequence simulation solution specification strategy structure tasks techniques tool transport University of Lisbon vector workstation