ESPRIT CIM: design, engineering, management, and control of production systems

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Increasing productivity and flexibility with computer integrated automated manufacturing. Computer-integrated manufacture development for heavy fabrication. A systems approach to CIM. Computer-aided pre-design for flexible cell. Criteria for human-centred systems. Design criteria for islands of autonomous production. Networks for the Management of data and policies. An SADT representation of a production activity control (PAC). A concept of fault-tolerant operation of FMS. Lot of scheduling in a time-sharing workshop: batch and repetitive manufacturing. Advance productin control systems. Monitoring and exception handling for robot control. On-line modelling for process and machinery diagnostics.

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Contents

Increasing Productivity and Flexibility with Computer Integrated
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ComputerIntegrated Manufacture Development for Heavy Fabrication
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A Systems Approach to
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ComputerAided PreDesign for Flexible Cell
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Rapid Prototyping of CIMLayers with Topin a TopDownInput
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Auditing Functions and Decision Parameters for Optimum Step
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Operational Cost Analysis for the Planning of Flexible
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Criteria for HumanCentred Systems
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Technological Imperatives
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Networks for the Management of Data and Policies
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An SADT Representation of a Production Activity Control PAC
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A Concept of FaultTolerant Operation of
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Research Activities in the Software
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Monitoring and Exception Handling for Robot Control
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