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Computational intelligence in design and manufacturing / Andrew Kusiak.

By: Kusiak, AndrewMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: New York : John Wiley & Sons, 2000Description: xx, 535 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0471348791 (cloth : acid-free paper); 9780471348795 Subject(s): Production management | Computational intelligence | Computer integrated manufacturing systems | Engineering design | | Engineering, General Informatics and Computer Science October2018Genre/Form: -- Reading bookDDC classification: 658.5 Online resources: Contributor biographical information | Publisher description | Table of Contents
Contents:
Modern Manufacturing -- Integration -- Robotics -- Material Handling and Storage Technology -- Material Handling Technology -- Automated Storage Systems -- Control Systems -- Information Systems -- Network Compatibility -- Interface Standards -- Intelligent Data Systems -- Computational Intelligence -- Impact of Manufacturing Technology -- Product Life Cycle -- Management -- Human Dimension -- Design of Modern Manufacturing Systems -- Machining Systems -- Assembly Systems -- Process Planning for Assembly Systems -- Organization and Product Evaluation Standards -- The Future of Manufacturing Enterprises -- Enterprise Attributes -- Manufacturing Technology -- Knowledge-Based Systems -- Knowledge Representation -- First-Order Logic -- Production Rules -- Frames -- Semantic Networks -- Inference Engine -- Basic Reasoning Strategies -- Uncertainty in Rule Bases -- Other Search Strategies -- Depth-First and Breadth-First Search Strategies -- Optimization and Knowledge-Based Systems -- Knowledge Acquisition -- Knowledge Consistency -- Detection of Anomaly Rules with Simple Action Clauses -- Grouping Rules with Compound Condition and Action Clauses -- Inference Anomalies in Rule Bases -- Features in Design and Manufacturing -- Fundamentals of Requirements, Features, and Functions -- Requirement Space -- Fundamentals of Features -- Classification of Feature-Related Functions -- Mapping of Requirements and Functions -- Relations -- Function Relations -- Problem Statement -- Classification of Function Relations
Summary: The design of products, processes, and systems is the focus of successful time-based competition. This design process which focuses on problem-solving and continued innovation brings together a multitude of variables, including customer needs, scheduling, modeling, and process analysis, which must be implemented concurrently to be successful.
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"A Wiley-Interscience publication."

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Modern Manufacturing --
Integration --
Robotics --
Material Handling and Storage Technology --
Material Handling Technology --
Automated Storage Systems --
Control Systems --
Information Systems --
Network Compatibility --
Interface Standards --
Intelligent Data Systems --
Computational Intelligence --
Impact of Manufacturing Technology --
Product Life Cycle --
Management --
Human Dimension --
Design of Modern Manufacturing Systems --
Machining Systems --
Assembly Systems --
Process Planning for Assembly Systems --
Organization and Product Evaluation Standards --
The Future of Manufacturing Enterprises --
Enterprise Attributes --
Manufacturing Technology --
Knowledge-Based Systems --
Knowledge Representation --
First-Order Logic --
Production Rules --
Frames --
Semantic Networks --
Inference Engine --
Basic Reasoning Strategies --
Uncertainty in Rule Bases --
Other Search Strategies --
Depth-First and Breadth-First Search Strategies --
Optimization and Knowledge-Based Systems --
Knowledge Acquisition --
Knowledge Consistency --
Detection of Anomaly Rules with Simple Action Clauses --
Grouping Rules with Compound Condition and Action Clauses --
Inference Anomalies in Rule Bases --
Features in Design and Manufacturing -- Fundamentals of Requirements, Features, and Functions --
Requirement Space --
Fundamentals of Features --
Classification of Feature-Related Functions --
Mapping of Requirements and Functions --
Relations --
Function Relations --
Problem Statement --
Classification of Function Relations

The design of products, processes, and systems is the focus of successful time-based competition. This design process which focuses on problem-solving and continued innovation brings together a multitude of variables, including customer needs, scheduling, modeling, and process analysis, which must be implemented concurrently to be successful.

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