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Creation of configurations for an assembly system with a scalable level of automation

Tom Stähr, Lucas Englisch, Gisela Lanza
2018 Zenodo  
An important step in the planning of a scalable assembly system is the creation of system configurations.  ...  State of the art is a scaling of the system from a manual, over semi-automated to an automated system during the start of production.  ...  For each identified station, a theoretical station with a level of automation according to the automation analysis on the individual modules is planned.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2539079 fatcat:kknjd4kaaraolg2rn57dluldbu

Supporting change in product lines within the context of use case-driven development and testing

Ines Hajri
2016 Proceedings of the 2016 24th ACM SIGSOFT International Symposium on Foundations of Software Engineering - FSE 2016  
In addition, we plan to provide a change impact analysis approach for PL use case and domain models and automated regression test selection for system test cases derived from PL use case models.  ...  Then, we propose an automated configuration approach to automatically generate Product Specific (PS) use case and domain models from PL models.  ...  Briand and Arda Goknil, for their guidance and support. I acknowledge financial support from IEE and FNR under grants FNR/P10/03 and FNR10045046.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2950290.2983945 dblp:conf/sigsoft/Hajri16 fatcat:icjsn3j7dfaw7fbvuffg3jhwyi


Prassanna J, Anjali R Pawar, Neelanarayanan V
2017 Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research  
This paper summarizes tools such as Terraform andcloud formation for infrastructure automation and Docker and Habitat for application automation.  ...  To achieve architecture for the distributed systems whichsupport security, repeatability, reliability, and scalability, we require some cloud automation tools.  ...  If configuration changes then Terraform will determine that changes and create execution plans according to it [5] .  ... 
doi:10.22159/ajpcr.2017.v10s1.20519 fatcat:huei56rekjeubnwpbwji6wpygu

Process configuration — combining the principles of product configuration and process planning [chapter]

K. Schierholt
1999 Global Production Management  
The second section develops characteristics for two process configuration concepts, the interactive process configuration and the automation-based process configuration.  ...  The process of fmding relevant operations for manufacturing this product and putting these into order is called process planning.  ...  , innovative configuration and creative configuration. • The amount of user influence during the process configuration process is described by the feature degree of automation for plan generation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35569-6_48 fatcat:x2benylu7vbkdkw6nubmpjh3nu

Identifying functional requirements for flexible airspace management concept using human-in-the-loop simulations

Paul U. Lee, Kim Bender, Danielle Pagan
2011 2011 IEEE/AIAA 30th Digital Avionics Systems Conference  
Flexible Airspace Management (FAM) is a midterm Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) concept that allows dynamic changes to airspace configurations to meet the changes in the traffic demand  ...  A cursory review of the different technologies suggests that new functionality slated for the new en route automation system is a critical enabling technology for FAM, as well as the functionality to manage  ...  Acknowledgements The research was sponsored by the FAA Concept Development & Validation Group and the Dynamic Airspace Configuration research focus area of NASA's NextGen Concepts and Technology Development  ... 
doi:10.1109/dasc.2011.6096101 fatcat:p2gi6qk4v5cojlykbsw744jpiu

Applying Agents for Engineering of Industrial Automation Systems [chapter]

Thomas Wagner
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To this end, an agentoriented solution for integrated engineering of automation systems is presented, applying the advantages of agent concepts while considering the constraints of existing automation  ...  An integrated engineering process considering all different aspects, data and workflow of plant automation design as well as interoperability to other systems is the key to more efficiency and lower costs  ...  During the plant planning phase often changes have to be made in the automation planning project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39869-1_6 fatcat:nwfmx3jt7veippivf4w5ybolhq

ISBT Guidelines for Validation of Automated Systems in Blood Establishments

2010 Vox Sanguinis  
Version 2 of the guidelines, replacing the previous version, is renamed ISBT Guidelines for Validation of Automated Systems in Blood Establishments, and has been written to take account of changes within  ...  The blood establishment bears the responsibility for the regulatory compliance of the automated ⁄ computerized systems used.  ...  Acknowledgements The Validation Task Force would like to thank the following organisations for their support. American Red Cross, Washington DC, USA  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1423-0410.2009.01287.x pmid:20042042 fatcat:4mp674izmbfvnj63r7iewmhoyy

Page 621 of American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals Vol. 120, Issue 3 [page]

1994 American Society of Civil Engineers. Collected Journals  
alterna- tives; compare standard forms with configuration of placements; and design forms and provide infor- mation for field layout of complex configurations Provide custom plans for each subcontractor  ...  Examples of using CAD to automate existing processes include planning survey layout, planning construction sequence and methods, analyzing concrete sequences and placements, de- signing formwork for concrete  ... 

Human Competency Considerations in an Integrated Software Configuration Management Framework

Syahrul Fahmy
2020 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Software quality characteristics are embedded in change control procedures whilst software testing approaches provide means for evaluating software artefacts.  ...  The importance of competency is highlighted where the minimum competency for implementing each software configuration management process is presented.  ...  In 1983, IEEE published the first standard for SCM, the IEEE 828 -IEEE Standard for Software Configuration Management Plans, which was revised in 1990, 1998, and 2005.  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2020/0691.32020 fatcat:fplp6mp2hzc7fps5lgw4763kgy

Automated Planning With Invalid States Prediction

Caio Gustavo Rodrigues da Cruz, Rodrigo Rocha Silva, Mauricio Goncalves Vieira Ferreira, Jorge Bernardino
2021 IEEE Access  
In order to configure the invalid states in the automated planning process, for each operating state defined in TABLE 3, a group of invalid states has been assigned as shown in TABLE 4.  ...  Because the changes in the domain's behavior could be considered in the automated planning, without having the domain definitions being modified or a planning problem. A.  ...  He is a full professor at the Paula Souza Center in São Paulo and Member of the Center for Informatics and Systems of the Department of Informatics Engineering at the University of Coimbra.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2021.3077521 fatcat:unqbo6iypndfzouwg4b67rs5ii

Review on Cloud Automation Tools

Varsha C L, Dr. Ashok Kumar A R, R.V College of Engineering
2020 International Journal of Engineering Research and  
The cloud automation tools help us to speed the process. There are multiple cloud automation tools, whilst there is no single tool suitable for every situation.  ...  It was time consuming because of the repetitive tasks performed in terms of scaling, configuring and provisioning of the clusters, virtual machines.  ...  Change Automation: Terraform uses the execution plan and the resource graph to make a complex change. Thus, allowing a complex modification with minimum human errors and interaction.  ... 
doi:10.17577/ijertv9is050156 fatcat:ejzup2tje5ga5bwwqewlh5vne4

A framework for the generation and management of self-adaptive enterprise applications

Hugo Arboleda, Andres Paz, Miguel Jimenez, Gabriel Tamura
2015 2015 10th Computing Colombian Conference (10CCC)  
In this paper we present the constituting elements of SHIFT, a framework that integrates (i) facilities and mechanisms for managing self-adaptive enterprise applications, (ii) automated derivation of self-adaptive  ...  Index Terms-Self-adaptive enterprise applications, software product lines, component configurations.  ...  AUTOMATED REASONING FOR COMPONENTS DEPLOYMENT The Planner element of the Autonomic Infrastructure area in Figure 1 includes automated reasoning facilities, which help designing the adaptation plans to  ... 
doi:10.1109/columbiancc.2015.7333412 fatcat:aby6ovunp5dzhe7hynuzl7mkve

The past, present, and future of ground station automation within the DSN

F. Fisher, D. Mutz, T. Estlin, L. Paal, E. Law, N. Golshan, S. Chien
1999 1999 IEEE Aerospace Conference. Proceedings (Cat. No.99TH8403)  
closed loop control and error recovery for the station subsystems.  ...  This paper describes an architecture for an autonomous Deep Space Tracking Station (DS-T).  ...  The schedule executive (SE) takes the network schedule and sets up the station schedule for execution and provides the means for automated re-scheduling and/or manual schedule editing in the event of changes  ... 
doi:10.1109/aero.1999.794304 fatcat:l5jqxbp2mjbtdleyny5zghzkoi

Design of Cockpit displays to explicitly support flight crew intervention tasks

Lance Sherry, Robert Mauro
2014 2014 IEEE/AIAA 33rd Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC)  
The implications of these results for design and certification of flight deck automation are discussed.  ...  ., sensor failure, flight crew entry) resulted in an automation mode change, which led to an inappropriate flight control command, which in turn resulted in a trajectory that violated the speed envelope  ...  Automation Configuration Depending on the task (i.e. coordinating flight plan progress, managing expected/unplanned events, or managing unexpected events), the flight crew must configure the automation  ... 
doi:10.1109/dasc.2014.6979425 fatcat:nrd5oemftnh7vcpjjv5o5jus6a

Achieving Reproducible Network Environments with INSALATA [chapter]

Nadine Herold, Matthias Wachs, Marko Dorfhuber, Christoph Rudolf, Stefan Liebald, Georg Carle
2017 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Analyzing network environments for security flaws and assessing new service and infrastructure configurations in general are dangerous and error-prone when done in operational networks.  ...  acquisition process to instantiate this model for the respective network environment, and (c) an automated setup process to deploy the instance to the testbed.  ...  The Deployment Component manages configuration changes and the automated setup process on the testbed (see Sect. 7).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-60774-0_3 fatcat:mcbemhnciza6ddsq3xd2e77hq4
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