Knowledge and Skill Chains in Engineering and Manufacturing: Information Infrastructure in the Era of Global Communications

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Eiji Arai, Eindhoven University of Technology, Fumihiko Kimura, Keiichi Shirase
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 15, 2004 - Business & Economics - 378 pages
Since the first DIISM conference, which took place 9 years ago, the world has seen drastic changes, including the transformation of manufacturing and engineering software, and the information and communication technologies deployed. The conditions for manufacturing and engineering have changed on a large scale, in terms of technology-enabled collaboration among the fields of design, engineering, production, usage, maintenance and recyclingldisposal. These changes can be observed in rapidly-growing fields such as supply chain management. As for production technologies at factory floors, new visions on human-machine co-existing systems involve both knowledge management and multi-media technologies. Therefore, because of these changes, the importance of information infrastructure for manufacturing has increased, stunningly. Information infrastructure plays a key role in integrating diverse fields of manufacturing, engineering and management. This, in addition to its basic role, as the information and communication platform for the production systems. Eventually, it should also serve the synthetic function of knowledge management, during the life cycles of both the production systems and their products, and for all stakeholders.
 

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Contents

ENHANCING KNOWLEDGE AND SKILL CHAINS IN MANUFACTURING AND ENGINEERING
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Generic Infrastructure Requirements and Components
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ENGINEERING INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE FOR PRODUCT LIFECYCLE MANAGMENT
13
ARCHITECTING AN UBIQUITOUS MODEL DRIVEN INFORMATION INFRASTRUCTURE
23
SERVICE MODELING FOR SERVICE ENGINEERING
31
THE EXTENDED PRODUCTS PARADIGM AN INTRODUCTION
39
PROCESS PLANT INFORMATION INTEGRATION IN THREE DIMENSIONS
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USING CONTEXTS IN MANAGING PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE
57
SUPREME SUPPLY CHAIN INTEGRATION BY RECONFIGURABLE MODULES
209
TOOLS AND METHODS FOR RISK MANAGEMENT IN MULTISITE ENGINEERING PROJECTS
217
DEVELOPMENT OF AN AFTERSALES SUPPORT INTERENTERPRISE COLLABORATION SYSTEM USING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES
225
COLLABORATIVE SERVICE IN GLOBAL MANUFACTURING A NEW PARADIGM
233
REMOTE MAINTENANCE SUPPORT IN VIRTUAL SERVICE ENTERPRISES
241
Factory Floor Infrastructure
249
INTELLIGENT PROCESS PLANNING AND CONTROL FRAMEWORK FOR THE INTERNET
250
IMPLEMENTATION OF A DATA GATHERING SYSTEM WITH SCALABLE INTELLIGENT CONTROL ARCHITECTURE
261

OBJECTORIENTED DESIGN PATTERN APPROACH TO SEAMLESS MODELING SIMULATION AND IMPLEMENTATION OF DISTRIBUTE...
67
AN INTEROPERABILITY FRAMEWORK AND CAPABILITY PROFILING FOR MANUFACTURING SOFTWARE
75
ITSUPPORTED MODELING ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF SUPPLY CHAINS
85
MULTISTRATA MODELING IN MCM AND CLM FOR COLLABORATIVE ENGINEERING
93
ONTOLOGICAL STRATIFICATION IN AN ECOLOGY OF INFOHABITANTS
101
LOGICS OF BECOMING IN SCHEDULING
110
COMMUNICATION IN THE DIGITAL CITY AND ARTIFACT LIVES
119
VALIDATING MEDIQUAL CONSTRUCTS
127
External Collaboration
138
DISTRIBUTED ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENT FOR INTERENTERPRISE COLLABORATION
139
AGENT BASED MANUFACTURING CAPABILITY ASSESSMENT IN THE EXTENDED ENTERPRISE USING STEP AP224 AND XML
149
INTERENTERPRISE PLANNING OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS APPLYING SIMULATION WITH IPR PROTECTION
159
A STUDY ON SUPPORT SYSTEM FOR DISTRIBUTED SIMULATION SYSTEM OF MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS USING HLA
167
METHOD AND TOOL FOR DESIGN PROCESS NAVIGATION AND AUTOMATIC GENERATION OF SIMULATION MODELS FOR MANUFA...
177
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT IN BID PREPARATION FOR GLOBAL ENGINEERING AND MANUFACTURING PROJECTS
185
SUPPLY CHAIN ENGINEERING AND THE USE OF A SUPPORTING KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT APPLICATION
193
A PLANNING FRAMEWORK FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF INNOVATIVE INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN PR...
201
CREATION OF FEATURE SETS FOR DEVELOPING INTEGRATED PROCESS PLANNING SYSTEM
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PROPOSAL OF MODIFICATION STRATEGY OF NC PROGRAM IN THE VIRTUAL MANUFACTURING ENVIRONMENT
277
DYNAMIC COOPERATIVE SCHEDULING BASED ON HLA
285
A STUDY ON DATA HANDLING MECHANISM OF A DISTRIBUTED VIRTUAL FACTORY
293
A STUDY ON REALTIME SCHEDULING METHODS IN HOLONIC MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS
301
SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS OF CRITICAL PATH AND ITS VISUALIZATION IN JOB SHOP SCHEDULING
313
ENTERPRISE INTEGRATION OF MANAGEMENT AND AUTOMATION IN A REFINERY1
321
ManSystem Collaboration
329
CAI SYSTEM WITH MULTIMEDIA TEXT THROUGH WEB BROWSER FOR NC LATHE PROGRAMMING
331
WEB BASED OPERATION INSTRUCTION SYSTEM USING WEARABLE COMPUTER
339
MODELBASED DESCRIPTION OF HUMAN BODY MOTIONS FOR ERGONOMICS EVALUATION
347
MODELBASED MOTION ANALYSIS OF FACTORY WORKERS USING MULTI PERSPECTIVE VIDEO CAMERAS
355
HUMAN FACTOR AND ITS IDENTIFICATION IN MANUFACTURING PREDICTION
366
AUTHOR INDEX
375
KEYWORD INDEX
377
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