Balanced Automation Systems

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Chapman & Hall, Jul 31, 1995 - Computers - 512 pages
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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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