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Computer integrated manufacturing: a structural perspective
By: Kusiak, A.; Heragu, S.S.;
1988 / IEEE
This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' Computer integrated manufacturing: a structural perspective ' The main components and functional areas of a typical computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM) system are examined. The database structures needed to support integrated industrial applications are discussed. Key issues in applying manufacturing communications are addressed. The impact of machine layout on manufacturing communication is considered.<
Database Management Systems
Manufacturing Computer Control
Manufacturing Data Processing
Integrated Industrial Applications
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Communication System Control
Computer Aided Manufacturing
Computing And Processing
Communication, Networking And Broadcast Technologies