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Flexible Automation and Integrated Manufacturing 1996

ISBN Print: 978-1-56700-067-2

Based on the huge success of previous FAIM conferences, FAIM '96 is being hosted this year by the Manufacturing Research Center at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A. The next conference will take place in June, 1997 at the European Process Industries Competitiveness Center (EPICC Ltd) at the University of Teesside in Middlesbrough, United Kingdom.
The preceding conferences in the U.S.A. and Ireland were dedicated to the main topics of Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing. As a consequence of international activity in Production Research, which has led to many new developments, FAIM '96 promotes and advances the state-of-the-art in this domain by focusing on intelligent 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 approximately 25 countries have contributed more than 90 papers, and as in the case of previous FAIM conferences, each paper has been thoroughly refereed by at least two reviewers.
The objectives of the Sixth International Conference on Flexible Automation and Intelligent Manufacturing (FAIM '96) are to support the international exchange of experience about outstanding industrial developments and the latest results of production research.

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SECTION 1: BUSINESS AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONCERNS

ACHIEVING COMPETITIVENESS FROM TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENTS Jan Frick, Roar Hjulstad, Hongyi Sun pages 20-29
ENHANCING COMPETITIVENESS: BARRIERS AND PROMISING PRACTICES Ronald L. Meier, H. Fred Walker pages 40-46
AN INFRASTRUCTURE FOR AGILE ENTERPRISE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT SYSTEMS Michael D. Reimann, Joseph Sarkis pages 57-66
MANUFACTURING AND SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT IN THE INDUSTRY ECOSYSTEM Michael D. Reimann, Joseph Sarkis pages 67-76
HOPFIELD NEURAL NETWORK FOR A TRANSNATIONAL ENTERPRISE'S MANUFACTURING NETWORK Nicola Violante, Pierpaolo Pontrandolfo, O. Geoffrey Okogbaa pages 88-98

SECTION 2: MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY

BASELINE CALIBRATION OF AUTOBRAZER FOR QUALITY CONTROL Emmanuel I. Agba, Elborn W. Jones, Andres S. Penaherrera, Bruce Thrift pages 110-119
NEXT GENERATION PROCESS MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS M. Munir Ahmad pages 120-130
AUTOMATED DATA COLLECTION FOR AUTOMATED QUALITY CONTROL IN ASSEMBLY CELLS Richard E. Billo, Kim LaScola Needy, Thomas A. Barbe pages 131-138
FIBER OPTIC SENSING OF DISPLACEMENT AND PRESSURE Hossein Golnabi, Ashkan Ashrafi, Habib Golnabi pages 149-158
ON-LINE MONITORING OF PRODUCTION LINES BASED ON EVENT-TIMING SIGNATURES Edward W. Kamen, Michael J. Gazarik pages 159-168
NON-CONTACT SENSING FOR DETERMINING PEG IN HOLE PLACEMENT Huw J. Lewis, W. Kiely pages 169-177
CELL CONTROL ENGINEERING Hans J. Lynggaard, Leo Alting pages 178-187
ENHANCED AUTOMATION OF INJECTION MOULDING BY VISUAL FEEDBACK Robert Marsh, Richard J. Stamp, Terry M. Hill pages 188-196
ENHANCING VISION DATA USING PRIOR KNOWLEDGE Alan H. Redford, K. Khalili pages 197-205
FACTORY AUTOMATION USING OSI TECHNOLOGIES: PROCESSES AUTOMATION IN A TRANSFORMERS MANUFACTURING PLANT Eduardo Tovar, Jose Oliveira, Mario Alves, Rui Azevedo, Adriano Carvalho, Mario Sousa, Paulo Portugal, Jose Carvalho pages 246-253
REQUIREMENTS ON PERCEPTION IN INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS Markus Vincze, Herbert Hufnagl, Karl M. Filz, P. Krautgartner, S. Spiess pages 254-262

SECTION 3: PRODUCT AND PROCESS DESIGN

ANALYSIS OF DETERMINISTIC POSITIONING ON WORKHOLDING FIXTURES A. Armillotta, G. Moroni, L. Negrini, Quirico Semeraro pages 274-284
THE AGILITY OF BUCKET BRIGADE PRODUCTION LINES John J. Bartholdi, III, Donald D. Eisenstein pages 295-299
DESING FOR DISASSEMBLY VIA VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING Matthew D. Bauer, Zahed Siddique, David W. Rosen pages 300-311
INVESTIGATION OF THE EFFECTS OF CONTROL LOGIC ON AGV SYSTEM PERFORMANCE Terrence G. Beaumariage, I-Chien Wang, Chun-Ho Kuo pages 312-321
CONCURRENT ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENT FOR PRODUCT DESIGN, ASSEMBLY AND RESOURCE PLANNING Alain Delchambre, Ip-Shing Fan, Alain Wafflard, Emanuel Falkenauer pages 322-331
A BENCHMARKING STUDY OF DESIGN INFRASTRUCTURES IN SHIPBUILDING AND OTHER HEAVY INDUSTRIES Michael R. Duffey, Philip C. Koenig, David W. Rosen, Perry Singh pages 341-350
FEEDBACK INTO THE EARLY STAGES OF DESIGN Holger Durr, Michael Schramm pages 351-362
CONSTRAINT MANAGEMENT AND DESIGN MODELS IN SUPPORTING RE-DESIGN Pat Fothergill, Ines Arana, Jorg Forster pages 363-372
MODELING OF REQUIREMENTS: THE KEY FOR COOPERATIVE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Hans Grabowski, S. Rude, M. Gebauer, C. Rzehorz pages 382-391
OPTIMIZATION IN PARAMETRIC DESIGN SPACE Terry M. Hill pages 392-401
TOWARDS COLLABORATIVE VIRTUAL PROTOTYPING IN A WORLD MARKET Uwe Jasnoch, Edwin Klement, Holger Kress, Norbert Schiffner pages 402-411
ROBOTIC LOIN CUTTING Norbert Lay pages 430-438
MULTI-DISCIPLINARY FRAMEWORK FOR IPPD IN AERONAUTICAL INDUSTRY Unny Menon, Michael Graham, Gregory Thompson pages 458-467
A FIVE KNOWLEDGE-LEVELS ANALYSIS DIRECTED TO CELLULAR MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS DESIGN Egon Ostrosi, Bernard Mutel, Philippe Lutz pages 468-477
DESIGN FOR MANUFACTURE AT THE FUNCTION LEVEL OF ABSTRACTION: A CONCEPTUAL EXPOSITION Jesse Peplinski, Patrick Koch, Janet K. Allen, Farrokh Mistree pages 488-498
INTERACTIVE DESIGN OF A PRODUCT AND ITS ASSEMBLY LINE Frederic Petit, A. Leroy, Benoit Raucent, E. Aguirre pages 499-508
FORMATION OF VIRTUAL MANUFACTURING CELLS USING GENERIC CAPABILITY PATTERNS Svetan M. Ratchev, Nabil N. Z. Gindy pages 509-518
MOTION MODELING IN A VIRTUAL REALITY-AIDED FACTORY SIMULATOR Rade Tesic, Pat Banerjee pages 539-547
DEVELOPMENT OF A RAPID PROTOTYPING SYSTEM FOR TACTILE GRAPHICS PRODUCTION Guangming Zhang, Mark Richardson, Rena Surana, Steve Dwornik, Warren Schmidt pages 558-567

SECTION 4: MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS

A FRAMEWORK FOR PRODUCTION PLANNING AND SCHEDULING IN FMC Esther Alvarez, F. Javier Zubillaga pages 569-578
INTEGRATION OF AN MRP II SOFTWARE AND CIM COMPONENTS Gulay Barbarosoglu, Emre Kabas pages 601-610
REPRESENTING PART FAMILIES USING DECISION TREES Ramana V. Dasari, Young B. Moon pages 631-640
METHODS FOR THE FORGING PROCESS TO IMPROVE PRODUCTIVITY AND QUALITY Eckart Doege, Juergen Dohmann, Kai Brueggemann pages 660-669
APPLICATION OF FUZZY LOGIC FOR METAL CUTTING DATA SELECTION M. A. El Baradie, K. Hashmi, M. Ryan pages 680-690
NEXT GENERATION MANUFACTURING SYSTEM - WHAT DOES IT ALL MEAN? Ivan Hanley, Huw J. Lewis pages 713-720
DEVELOPMENT OF A FRAMEWORK AND A SOFTWARE TOOL FOR CONSTRUCTING AN AUTONOMOUS DISTRIBUTED SYSTEM Akihiro Hayashi, Toshifumi Satake, Hiroshi Suzuki pages 721-730
OPTIMIZATION OF SINTERING PROCESS FOR IMPROVED ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF ZINC OXIDE VARISTOR M. D. Huda, R. Puyani, S. Sulaiman, M. S. J. Hashmi pages 739-747
IMPLEMENTATION OF DECENTRALIZED AND COLLABORATIVE PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT Thorsten Kuhlmann, Rainer Lamping pages 748-757
AGENT-BASED FACTORY INFORMATION SYSTEMS Pierre Lefrancois, Louis Cloutier, Benoit Montreuil pages 768-778
INTEGRATED NC PLANNING AND PROGRAMMING SUPPORT FOR SMALL MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES Stephen T. Newman, Foo-Ren Ho, Mathew Pickering pages 779-789
THE ROLE OF GENETIC ALGORITHMS IN PRODUCTION SCHEDULING Barry A. O'Sullivan, Huw J. Lewis pages 790-799
FIXTURE ORIENTATED PLANNING WITHIN FLEXIBLE MACHINING SYSTEMS Shahin Rahimifard, Stephen T. Newman pages 810-819
CONTROL ISSUES FOR INTEGRATED DESIGN AGENTS Andre L. T. Ramos, Michael P. Deisenroth pages 820-828
PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF STRUCTURALLY CONTROLLED FMS: EXACT AND APPROXIMATE APPROACHES Spiridon A. Reveliotis, Placid M. Ferreira pages 829-838
A LEARNABLE SIMULATION SYSTEM FOR SCHEDULING FMS Wilfried Sauer, Gerald Weigert, Peter Goerigk pages 839-848
SCHEDULING OPTIMIZATION IN AN ACTUAL JOB-SHOP C. Sheahan, Peter Williams, Michael T. Hillery pages 849-858
DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF FMS CONTROL SOFTWARE Jeffrey S. Smith pages 859-867
ECONOMIC PROCESSING MODELS FOR FLEXIBLE MANUFACTURING SYSTEMS Mambir S. Sodhi, Bernard F. Lamond, Martin Noel pages 868-876
IMPROVEMENT OF MACHINING ECONOMY IN MULTI-TOOL MILLING OPERATIONS M. Tolouei-Rad, E. Bidhendi pages 877-887
USER DEFINED FEATURES FOR CAD/CAPP INTEGRATION Hans Kurt Tonshoff, Guido Zahn pages 888-896
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