Knowledge and Technology Integration in Production and Services: Balancing Knowledge and Technology in Product and Service Life Cycle

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Vladimír Marík, Luis M. Camarinha-Matos, Hamideh Afsarmanesh
Springer Science & Business Media, Aug 31, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 538 pages
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Knowledge and Technology Integration in Production and Services presents novel application scenarios for balanced distributed and integrated systems based on knowledge and up-to-date technology and provides a great opportunity for discussion of concepts, models, methodologies, technological developments, case studies, new research ideas, and other results among specialists. It comprises the proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Information Technology for BALANCED AUTOMATION SYSTEMS in Manufacturing and Services (BASYS'02), which was sponsored by the International Federation for Information Processing (IFIP) and held in September 2002 in Cancun, Mexico.
BASYS'02 aimed mainly at balancing knowledge and technology in manufacturing, services and the product life-cycle. Namely, a balance is considered between local knowledge-intensive solutions and global performance in highly distributed systems, based on diverse technologies (such as virtual organizations, holonic manufacturing systems or multi-agent systems for design and diagnostics). The contributions are focused on interoperability and standardization issues, open architectures as well as knowledge-based integration paradigms, with special attention being paid to product-service integration, customer-production integration, and product life-cycle stages integration.
This book is essential reading for researchers, industrial managers, practitioners, developers, users or technology transfer experts - working in quite different fields such as automatic control, systems planning and integration, enterprise architecture, planning and scheduling, flexible manufacturing, knowledge engineering, business processes management or in the field of social impact studies.
 

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Contents

METHODS AND TOOLS FOR CONSTRAINT BASED
7
MODELLING OF AN ALSTOM ELECTRICAL ENGINE
19
IMPLICIT HIERARCHICAL MET A MODELING IN SEARCH
27
AN ACTIVITYBASED MODEL OF CONCURRENT ENGINEERING
39
TOWARDS
49
DEVELOPING A WEB SCHEDULING SYSTEM BASED ON XML
61
A FLEXIBLE FLOW SHOP MODELLING AS A DISTRIBUTED
71
SIMULATION SERVICES FOR TRAINING OF PLANT OPERATORS
79
DESIGN ISSUES IN HOLONIC INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
271
SERVICEORIENTED CONCEPT OF A HOLONIC ENTERPRISE
289
DISTRIBUTED SELFSIMULATION OF HOLONIC
305
A PRACTICAL REPRESENTATION OF HOLONIC
323
PROCESS PLANNING AND SCHEDULING WITH MULTIAGENT
339
DESIGN OF PRODUCT ORIENTED MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
359
AGILE EBUSINESS PROCESS ASSEMBLY AND DEVELOPMENT
375
PRODUCT LIFE CYCLE DESIGN USING THE DFE WORKBENCH
395

SUPPORT FOR B2B ECONTRACTING THE PROCESS
87
A SERVICE INTERFACE DEFINITIONS CATALOGUE
97
DYNAMIC VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS OR NOT SO DYNAMIC?
111
CONFIGURING OF SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORKS BASED
183
QUANTITATIVE INTEGRATION OF THE ANALYTICAL
193
PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT IN VIRTUAL ORGANIZATIONS
203
AN ANALYSIS ON GAME THEORETIC NEGOTIATION
211
IEC 61499 ARCHITECTURE ENGINEERING METHODOLOGIES
221
A LOWCOST EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM AND ENGINEERING
229
PLATFORMS FOR SCALABLE FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION
237
AN AGENTBASED APPROACH TOWARDS THE DESIGN
255
INTERNETBASED ELECTRONIC PROCUREMENT SOLUTIONS
411
INTRODUCTION TO THE PROTOTYPING OF AN INTELLIGENT
427
A COORDINATION LEVEL IN SUPPLY CHAIN SIMULATOR
445
ON THE VALUE OF INDUSTRIAL SERVICE
461
A CASE STUDY
477
LAYOUT PROBLEM OPTIMIZATION USING GENETIC
493
FORMAL METHODS IN PLC CONTROL DEMONSTRATED AT
501
NOVEL ADAPTIVE CONTROL OF MECHANICAL SYSTEMS
517
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
533
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