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Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing 1994

ISBN Print: 978-1-56700-018-4

This book features the proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing (FAIM). This conference is an annual, international conference jointly organized by the University of Limerick and the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech). The first conference, "Factory Automation and Information Management-FAIM," was hosted in March 1991 by the University of Limerick, Ireland. Authors from more than eighteen countries contributed over 100 papers, and each paper was thoroughly refereed. The second conference, "Flexible Automation and Information Management," was hosted by Virginia Tech in Washington, D.C. on June 30, July 1-2, 1992. The third conference, "Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing," was hosted a second time in June 1993 by the University of Limerick, Ireland. These conferences have been endorsed by numerous societies, associations, university affiliates, and international organizations. Based on the huge success of previous FAIM conferences, FAIM 94 is being hosted this year by Virginia Tech. Again the conference is sponsored by many international professional institutions, societies, and major organizations.
The last decade has been characterized by global competitiveness and rapidly advancing technology in flexible automation, information management and integrated manufacturing. FAIM 94 focuses on state-of-the-art and future trends within the general area of flexible automation and integrated manufacturing. The FAIM conference series differs from many other conferences in that it presents an integrated picture of these related technologies, rather than focusing on one single technology.
This year, authors from twenty-five countries have contributed more than 100 papers, and as in the case of previous FAIM conferences, each paper has been thoroughly refereed by at least two reviewers The papers are divided into five sections which span die three-day conference:
1. Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Systems Design
2. CAD/CAM and Concurrent Engineering
3. Quality/Quality Management
4. Manufacturing Automation
5. Processes and Systems
FAIM aims at providing high quality, refereed papers for upper and middle managers, industrial and manufacturing engineers, and practitioners/researchers in the field of computer assisted design and manufacturing.

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A KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEM APPROACH TO BENCHMARKING THE TRANSITION TO AGILE MANUFACTURING H. Fred Walker, Eugene Wallingford, Ronald L. Meier pages 3-12
AN MRP II BASED HYBRID PRODUCTION PLANNING SYSTEM James F. Caffrey, M. Munir Ahmad, Huw J. Lewis pages 34-42
DEVELOPMENT OF A MATERIAL TRACKING STRATEGY FOR AN ADVANCED MANUFACTURING SYSTEM James T. Luxhoj, Jose Ribeiro, Gisela Zinn pages 43-55
CAPACITY MODELS FOR INTEGRATED EQUIPMENT IN SEMICONDUCTOR MANUFACTURING Roland E. A. Schelasin, Steven Hayes, Frederick M. Parks pages 56-65
INFORMATION MODELS FOR CONTROL OF A FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING CELL Dong Xiang, Christopher O'Brien, Chanan S. Syan pages 79-88
MODELING AND CONTROL OF INFORMATION FLOW IN MANUFACTURING David Ben-Arieh, Eric D. Carley pages 89-98
DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTERIZED DATABASE FOR SHOP FLOOR CONTROL SYSTEMS C. Fahy, M. Munir Ahmad, Huw J. Lewis pages 108-117
SHOP FLOOR DATA CAPTURE FOR CIM IN A JOB SHOP ENVIRONMENT B.F. Ahearne, Huw J. Lewis, M. Munir Ahmad pages 128-137
AN OBJECT-ORIENTED, COORDINATION-BASED SIMULATION MODEL FOR THE RAMP FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEM Wayne J. Davis, Joseph G. Macro, Duane L. Setterdahl pages 148-157
OBJECT-ORIENTED SIMULATION FOR MANUFACTURING CONTROL S.F. Hurley, J. Driscoll pages 158-166
SIMULATION IN A PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD SHOP James J. Childs, Jr. pages 167-175
A FINANCIAL MODEL FOR SET UP REDUCTION (SUR) JUSTIFICATION Andrew M. Fernihough, Stephen J. Culley, Antony R. Mileham pages 198-207
NEURAL NETWORKS AND COMPOSTING PLANTS: AN INNOVATIVE Al METHOD FOR SYSTEM DESIGN AND MANAGEMENT Roberto Mosca, Pietro Giribone, Agostino G. Bruzzone pages 221-232
A FINITE PRODUCTION SCHEDULING SYSTEM BASED ON FUZZY LOGIC Paulo C. Lima, Oswaldo Luiz Agostinho pages 243-252
TEMPORAL ANALYSIS IN AN INFORMATION MODEL OF SHOPFLOOR AUTOMATION Kong B. Chuah, Edmund H.M. Cheung, Zheng Kang Lu pages 253-260
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN INTEGRATED LOGISTICS ARCHITECTURE IN A MEDIUM-SIZED COMPANY Ricardo Chalmeta, Salvador Capuz, Salvador Grau pages 261-269
THE USE OF TECHNOLOGY BY APPAREL MANUFACTURERS Doris H. Kincade, Cynthia L. Regan pages 270-279
INTEGRATED WORKFLOW MODELLING FOR SHORT-TERM PRODUCTION PLANNING SYSTEMS A.M. Tjoa, Roland R. Wagner, Christian Gierlinger pages 280-289
AGILE MANUFACTURING: PRODUCTION SYSTEMS, ORGANIZATIONAL ELEMENTS, AND PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENTS Ronald L. Meier, H. Fred Walker, Eugene Wallingord pages 290-299
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A KNOWLEDGE-BASED PRODUCT CONFIGURATOR J. Driscoll, S. Hamilton pages 311-320
CONTRASTING VARIATIONAL AND PARAMETRIC DESIGN METHODOLOGIES M. Munir Ahmad, Philip G. Ryan pages 341-351
THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION TRANSFER BETWEEN THE DESIGNER AND MANUFACTURER Andrew W. Court, Stephen J. Culley, Christopher A. McMahon pages 352-361
SESAME: A SYSTEM FOR SIMULTANEOUS ENGINEERING Hans Kurt Tonshoff, Thomas Baum, Marc Ehrmann pages 380-389
IDAM: AN ARCHITECTURE FOR AN INTEGRATED DFM/DFA SYSTEM P. Kesteloot, S. Tilley, E. Sleeckx pages 409-418
A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO DESIGNING FOR MAINTAINABILITY Samir B. Billatos , Nadia A. Basaly pages 419-426
LINKING CAD TO CAPP Brian F. Swift, M. Munir Ahmad, Huw J. Lewis pages 437-445
A FRAMEWORK FOR CONCURRENT PROCESS PLANNING Chin-Sheng Chen pages 456-464
ENTROPIC MEASUREMENT OF THE PROCESS PLANNING FLEXIBILITY A. J. V. Porto, J. Lirani pages 465-473
TOOL SELECTION AS A STEP TOWARDS A SOLUTION TO AUTOMATE PROCESS PLANNING C.R. Воeг, G. Bramati, Sergio Cerutti, J. El-Chaar, R. Rinaldi pages 474-482
INTEGRATED MODELING AND ANALYSIS OF CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Samir B. Billatos , George H. Abdou pages 483-492
SETTING UP DISAGGREGATED MANUFACTURING CELLS IN THE PARTS MANUFACTURING PLANT Rasaratnam Logendran , Parthasarathi Ramakrishna pages 493-503
A FRAMEWORK FOR THE COORDINATION AND CONTROL OF FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING CELLS Nicholas G. Odrey, Khaldoun K. Tahboub, George R. Wilson pages 515-525
MANUFACTURING QUALITY RELATED COSTS Edward J. Doran pages 540-549
AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO PROCESS MANAGEMENT William J. Macken pages 550-556
THE DEVELOPMENT OF VARIANT DESIGNS IN ISO 9000 CERTIFICATION Michael Woo, Guangming Zhang pages 557-566
KNOWLEDGE-BASED SYSTEMS FOR QUALITY CONTROL AND MONITORING Hans Kurt Tonshoff, Jens Buttuer pages 578-587
PROCESS INTEGRATED QUALITY IN PRECISION FORGING Eckart Doege, Bernd-Arno Behrens pages 597-606
TOTAL QUALITY IN AN ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENT Daniel W. Jordan pages 607-615
PROFIT AND QUALITY Noel Mulcahy pages 616-621
A DISCRETE EVENTS CONTROLLER BASED ON AUGMENTED TIMED PETRI NETS O. Masory, V. Kurapati, S. Chenthilvel pages 635-644
THE ROLE OF SENSOR SYSTEMS IN AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING Hossein Golnabi, Ashkan Ashrafi pages 645-654
A LOW COST INDUSTRIAL REALTIME IMAGE PROCESSING SYSTEM FOR MEASUREMENT AND PART RECOGNITION Herbert Hufnagl, Harald Rihl, Berndt Weichselbaumer pages 655-663
A LASER-GUIDED MOBILE ROBOT FOR THE FLEXIBLE AUTOMATION OF THE SMALL-SIZED INDUSTRY Francesco Giusti, Giovanni Tantussi, Gino Dini pages 664-673
TRAINING A NEURAL NETWORK TO LEARN THE INVERSE KINEMATIC MAPPING OF A RHINO ROBOT Anita Mudigonda, Han P. Bao, P. Soundar pages 674-684
SIMULATION STUDY OF AGV AND JOB DISPATCHING RULES IN A FMS Malay A. Dalal, Timothy J. Greene pages 693-702
MANUFACTURING LAN MANAGEMENT: A METHODOLOGY FOR THE DEFINITION OF MANAGED OBJECTS D. Vignali, V. Lecuire, J.Y. Bron, F. Lepage pages 703-712
RADIO FREQUENCY COMMUNICATION IN FACTORY AUTOMATION Kwan H. Lee, Hampton R. Liggett, George A. Pauls pages 713-724
USE OF AN EXPERT SYSTEM FOR HIGH QUALITY RECYCLING OF PRODUCTION REWORK IN THE TIRE INDUSTRY Eberhard Kurz, Andreas Grable, Wolfgang Holzbach, Frank Weber, Karl-Heinz Kramer pages 735-745
A DYNAMIC-B MODEL OF LEARNING E. Dar-EI, H. Altman pages 749-759
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A FLEXIBLE HYBRID ASSEMBLY SYSTEM Mike D. Byrne, Sameh M. Saad pages 760-773
ASSEMBLY CONSIDERATIONS IN AXIOMATIC DESIGN Fredrik Hillstrom, Johan Vallhagen pages 774-783
INTELLIGENT PROCESSING OF MATERIALS S. Parthasarathi, J. R. Cook, J. Kajuch pages 804-813
MODELLING AND OPTIMIZATION OF TOOL LIFE IN END MILLING M. Alauddin, M. A. El Baradie, M. S. J. Hashmi pages 814-823
A REPRESENTATIONAL SCHEMA FOR MANUFACTURING ENTITIES Gurshaman S. Baweja, Chell A. Roberts, Terrence G. Beaumariage pages 824-833
DESIGNING A PRODUCTION CONTROL SYSTEM FOR FMS Jannes Slomp, Gerard J. C. Gaalman, Jatinder N. D. Gupta pages 854-864
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