Intelligent Design and Manufacturing
Wiley, Feb 12, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 776 pages
Focuses on design and manufacturing and a variety of issues pertinent to successful techniques involving concurrent engineering. Considers product design and manufacturing constraints simultaneously, emphasizing the consideration of every element of the product's life cycle from concept through disposal. Examines such areas as quality, cost, scheduling and user needs. Design and manufacturing problems are thoroughly discussed and solutions are given by using numerous modern applications and implements, including basic artificial intelligence tools.
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Features in Design and Manufacturing
Moving Objects in Intelligent Design
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algorithm analysis application approach architecture Artificial Intelligence assembly automated beam search behavior breadth-first search buffer capacity cell components configuration considered constraints control charts control limits cost database decision defined described Design and Manufacturing design process developed dispatching rule Engineering equipment evaluation example expert system feature FIGURE fixture Flexible Manufacturing Systems flowpath design function fuzzy geometric goal graph heuristic implementation incidence matrix input inspection integrated Intelligent Design interaction knowledge base Kusiak machine machine cell matrix Mechanical methods module neural network node objective Operations Research optimal output pallets parameters path performance problem procedure process planning representation robot scheduling selection sequence shown in Fig simulated annealing simulation solution solving specific standard station strategy structure surface tabu search task techniques tion tool toroidal graph variables workpiece workstation
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