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From the hierarchical structure of information flow in a company, this paper attempts to find the best way of combining decision support systems with expert systems in enhancing the planning, control and ... In a computer integrated manufacturing (CIM) environment, well planning, control and operational process require both expert knowledge of the area, and powerful decision support capabilities. ... Process planning, for example, is a major application of expert systems in the manufacturing environment. ...doi:10.1016/0360-8352(90)90093-2 fatcat:2qnlrlre2jdahbih3xupllg52y
After analysing new tendencies in planning and preparing the distributed manufacturing, a need to develop a collaborative system in the area of process planning is identified. ... The e-CAPP represents exactly such a collaborative system which can be effectively applied in the area of process planning. ... Acknowledgements This work was supported by the project "Application of collaborative engineering for improving sustainable manufacturing process", no. 142-451-3556/2016-01, founded by the Provincial Secretariat ...doi:10.17559/tv-20160222122629 fatcat:efxsjiqgpfeyjevzkm4olfmsxi
In the production factories they are working according to the balanced scorecard (BSC) approach, so they have strategic phases every phase has a duration of five years. ... Every phase has a strategic plan that divided into yearly plan (operation plan) and this operation plan also divided into monthly, weekly and daily plans. ... If the planning manager expertise formed in rule-based system using a computer software then the results will be same as experts people do because expert systems make it possible to create intelligent ...doi:10.33564/ijeast.2020.v05i02.012 fatcat:gjr7n2p42ra7haraflxj2ca3xe
The use of elementary production technologies allows to shift the knowledge and the effort of the design of manufacturing processes from the producers and towards the system manufacturers. ... This facilitates the utilization of elementary production technologies in local networks as enablers to produce components locally and to cover a large part of local needs, thereby incorporating not only ... For the planning and control of production systems, a large number of different processes are presented in the literature, which Lödding compiles in an overview for workshop production processes. ...doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.06.008 fatcat:5zmwvupyl5hnzdow6f77pjwgc4
The quality of the process plan has a major impact on the efficiency and productivity of the whole production process in addition to the quality of the final product. ... The quality of the process plan has a major impact on the efficiency and productivity of the whole production process in addition to the quality of the final product. ... The quality of the product, efficiency of the manufacturing process, and final production cost are considerably affected by the process plan. ...doi:10.1016/j.promfg.2020.01.021 fatcat:eoruxgmfqvbgpod2sekrg24tnq
IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology
The Expert System synthesises manufacturing process steps stored in the knowledge base to generate alternative process chains. ... In this contribution, we present a framework for the computer-aided planning and optimisation of manufacturing process chains for functional graded components. ... The work in this contribution is based upon investigations of the Collaborative Transregional Research Centre (CRC) Transregio 30, which is kindly supported by the German Research Foundation (DFG). ...doi:10.1007/978-3-642-41329-2_40 fatcat:iu2qlu5ctbcrth6eumue5zgzxq
The second phase, a general approach to applying combinations of the expert system and the genetic algorithm in a flexible manufacturing system is: using in the first phase expert systems to create a detailed ... The expert system creating detailed production plans takes into account the planned production orders and work-in- process from the report. ...doi:10.1057/palgrave.jors.2602423 fatcat:xe4tftmv4ndppixxyhj75x7lti
The Journal of the Operational Research Society
The second phase, a general approach to applying combinations of the expert system and the genetic algorithm in a flexible manufacturing system is: using in the first phase expert systems to create a detailed ... The expert system creating detailed production plans takes into account the planned production orders and work-in- process from the report. ...
This paper presents a new knowledge-acquisition system-the Case Experience Combination System (CECoS). With CECoS, two information or knowledge sources are jointly analyzed. ... By combining the detailed case information with an expert's general insights, CECoS provides the domain knowledge with which-skeletal plans can be automatically constructed. ... production plan for a given workpiece that is to be manufactured in a given factory. ...doi:10.3758/bf03203357 fatcat:vfg6q5zptjefba6uhzoupep6li
(CE-80) $75.00 Applying Expert Systems in Business This well written and timely book looks at expert systems from management's viewpoint and presents background, ground rules and benefits. ... This book is for engineers and plant, production, warehouse, traffic or terminal managers faced with materials handling prob- lems or planning new systems. ...
American Ceramic Society Bulletin
These are the essential databases for design, manufacture and man- agement in a ceramics enterprise. ... These include modeling design, process planning, mold design, mold trial production, whiteware trial production, evaluation by experts and customers, decora- tive porcelain trial production, evaluation ...
A procedure of development of expert system modules is also described at length. ... This paper presents an expert system framework for design of bending die. Considerations for development of expert system are discussed at some length. ... Construction of Knowledge Base Knowledge base is a part of an expert system that contains domain knowledge, which may be expressed in the form of production rules of IF-THEN variety. ...doi:10.5923/j.ajis.20120207.02 fatcat:thymv6yrpzabxjsdayvrecm45q
Following a review of prevailing approaches from product development and manufacturing literature, a model-based approach for the prediction and assessment of change propagation in manufacturing systems ... The objective of this paper is to provide a decision support for manufacturing change management and to enable a thorough analysis of changes in manufacturing systems. ... of product-service systems based on technical products". ...doi:10.1016/j.procir.2016.11.083 fatcat:e5xxzgocybgvlmya4hsy2do2mq
Introduction Expert systems (ESs) solve problems that are normally solved by human "experts". An ES is a problem-solving package that mimics a human expert in a specialized area. ... To understand and appreciate expert systems better, it is vital to understand decision analysis, its supporting elements and its role in the decision-making process. ... A hybrid expert systems (HESS)  was developed at the University of Houston in support of product scheduling at a major petrochemical firm's refinery. ...doi:10.1108/01443579610151742 fatcat:o4irv54565f2jkut6askahsg2i
In order to develop a CIM system, Computer Aided Process Planning (CAPP) plays a key role and therefore it has been the focus of many researchers. ... in design and manufacturing. ... Expert System / Knowledge [Rule] Based Approaches An expert system is a computer system that emulates the decision-making ability of a human expert. ...doi:10.5281/zenodo.3358475 fatcat:e2tfgxnzsfanjcmpj3vfqpt7gq
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