INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL.

L. Nemes, Peter Bernus

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Abstract

In order to keep the design process fast and short, authors investigate the possible use of human knowledge in combination with algorithmical procedures. In the framework of previous practice in manufacturing technologies the design process is broken down into two main cycles. To illustrate the basic principles the authors present an incomplete SATT model of an unmanned manufacturing cell which, however, can be understood using an expert interpreter. As for future trends the authors envisage a unique blend of different tools of abstraction, namely algebraic specification with mathematical rigour, easily understandable graphical modeling techniques and tools to build knowledge bases.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherJapan Soc of Precision Engineering
Pages26-43
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - 1984

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Nemes, L., & Bernus, P. (1984). INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL. In Unknown Host Publication Title (pp. 26-43). Japan Soc of Precision Engineering.

INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL. / Nemes, L.; Bernus, Peter.

Unknown Host Publication Title. Japan Soc of Precision Engineering, 1984. p. 26-43.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Nemes, L & Bernus, P 1984, INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL. in Unknown Host Publication Title. Japan Soc of Precision Engineering, pp. 26-43.
Nemes L, Bernus P. INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL. In Unknown Host Publication Title. Japan Soc of Precision Engineering. 1984. p. 26-43
Nemes, L. ; Bernus, Peter. / INCOMPLETE MANUFACTURING MODEL NEEDS MATCHING DESIGN TOOL. Unknown Host Publication Title. Japan Soc of Precision Engineering, 1984. pp. 26-43
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