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    Wednesday, 25. May, 05:33
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    A strong trend today is toward the fullest feasible integration of all elements of manufacturing including
    maintenance, reliability, supportability, the competitive environment, and other areas. This trend toward
    total integration is called concurrent engineering. Because of the central role information processing
    technology plays in this, the computer has also been identified and treated as a central and most essential
    issue. These are the issues that are at the core of this volume.
    This set of volumes consists of seven distinctly titled and well-integrated volumes on the broadly
    significant subject of computer-aided design, engineering, and manufacturing: systems techniques and
    applications. It is appropriate to mention that each of the seven volumes can be utilized individually. In
    any event, the great breadth of the field certainly suggests the requirement for seven distinctly titled and
    well integrated volumes for an adequately comprehensive treatment. The seven volume titles are:
    1. Systems Techniques and Computational Methods
    2. Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
    3. Operational Methods in Computer-Aided Design
    4. Optimization Methods for Manufacturing
    5. The Design of Manufacturing Systems
    6. Manufacturing Systems Processes
    7. Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Manufacturing
    The contributions to this volume clearly reveal the effectiveness and great significance of the techniques
    available and, with further development, the essential role they will play in the future. I hope that
    practitioners, research workers, students, computer scientists, and others on the international scene will
    find this set of volumes to be a unique and significant reference source for years to come.

    Computer integrated manufacturing

    Chapter 1
    System Approach to the Design of Generic Software
    for Real-Time Control of Flexible Manufacturing Systems (FMS)
    Maria Pia Fanti, Bruno Maione, Giacomo Piscitelli, and Biagio Turchiano
    Chapter 2
    Computer-Integrated Assembly for Cost Effective Developments
    Rinaldo C. Michelini, Gabriella M. Acaccia, Massimo Callegari,
    Rezia M. Molfino, and Roberto P. Razzoli
    Chapter 3
    Multi-Level Decision Making for Process Planning
    in Computer-Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Systems
    Zhengxu Zhao
    Chapter 4
    A Computer-Aided and Integrated Machining System
    Swee-Hock Yeo
    Chapter 5
    Intelligent Set-Up Planning Systems for Parts Production
    in Manufacturing Systems
    S.K. Ong and Andrew Y.C. Nee
    Chapter 6
    Object-Oriented Modeling and Simulation of
    Multipurpose Batch Plants
    Sebastian Engell, Martin Fritz, and Konrad Wöllhaf
    Chapter 7
    Scheduling Systems and Techniques in Flexible
    Manufacturing Systems
    Ernest L. McDuffie, Marco Cristofari, Franco Caron, Massimo Tronci,
    William J. Wolfe, and Stephen E. Sorensen
    Chapter 8
    Automated Systems Techniques for On-Line Quality
    and Production Control in the Manufacture of Textiles
    Stantcho N. Djiev and Luben I. Pavlov

    Manufacturing Systems Processes

    Chapter 1
    Analysis and Synthesis of Engineering Surfaces
    in Bridge Manufacturing and Design
    Irem Y. Tumer, R. S. Srinivasan, and Kristin L. Wood
    Chapter 2
    Determination of Achievable Process Tolerances with Respect to
    Manufacturing Process Capability
    Chiu-Chi Wei, Chih-Hung Tsai, and Chie-Bein Chen
    Chapter 3
    Production of High Quality Parts by the Process
    of Grinding in Manufacturing Systems
    Thomas R. Kurfess, Hodge E. Jenkins, and Richard C. Dorf
    Chapter 4
    Finite Element Modeling and CAD/CAM of
    Nett-Forming by Injection Forging
    Raj Balendra and Yi Qin
    Chapter 5
    Optimal Design Techniques in Non-Steady-State
    Metal Forming Processes
    Lionel Fourment, Tudor Balan, and Jean-Loup Chenot
    Chapter 6
    Analysis of Welds Using Geometric Constraints
    S.G. Lambrakos and D.W. Moon
    Chapter 7
    Neural Network Systems Techniques in
    Weld Modeling and Control
    George E. Cook, Robert Joel Barnett, Daniel A. Hartman, and Alvin M. Strauss

    Operational Methods in CAD

    Chapter 1
    Intelligent Computer-Aided Design (ICAD)
    Techniques for Design Automation
    Balaji Bharadwaj and Utpal Roy
    Chapter 2
    Computer-Aided Design (CAD) for the
    Translation of Geometric Data to Numerical Control (NC)
    Programs for Manufacturing Systems
    Yoke-San Wong, Han-Tong Loh, and Ken-Soon Neo
    Chapter 3
    CAD-Based Task Planning and Analysis for Reconfigurable
    Workholding for Workpiece Positioning and Constraining
    Bijan Shirinzadeh
    Chapter 4
    Integrated Precision Inspection System for Manufacturing
    Based on CAD/CAM/CAI Environment
    Heui Jae Pahk
    Chapter 5
    Computer-Aided Process Planning (CAPP)
    in Manufacturing Systems and Their Implementation
    P. Nageswara Rao and Siva R.K. Jasthi
    Chapter 6
    Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Training Programs and Their
    Application in Electronics and Telecommunication
    Manufacturing Systems
    Christopher McDermott
    Chapter 7
    Intelligent Techniques for the Planning, Design, and
    Manufacture of Progressive Dies
    A.Y.C. Nee and B.T. Cheok
    Chapter 8
    Computer-Aided Design (CAD) Technique for Flexible
    Manufacturing Systems (FMS) Synthesis Utilizing Petri Nets
    D.Y. Chao
    Chapter 9
    Computer-Aided Design Techniques for Development
    of Automated Product Assembly Systems in
    Manufacturing Systems
    Bart O. Nnaji and Hsu Chang Liu

    Optimization methods for manufacturing

    Chapter 1
    Synchronization of Production Rate with Demand Rate
    in Manufacturing Systems
    Vito Albino and O. Geoffrey Okogbaa
    Chapter 2
    Integrated Product and Process Management for Engineering
    Design in Manufacturing Systems
    Peter Heimann and Bernhard Westfechtel
    Chapter 3
    Project Selection Problem for Production-Inventory-Distribution
    Scheduling in Manufacturing Plants
    Hochang Lee
    Chapter 4
    Computer-Aided and Integrated Manufacturing Systems
    Hui-Ming Wee
    Chapter 5
    Job-Shop Scheduling for Manufacturing with Random
    Time Operations
    Dimitri Golenko-Ginzburg and Aharon Gonik
    Chapter 6
    Failure Diagnosis in Computer-Controlled Systems
    Udo Konradt
    Chapter 7
    Analysis of Stochastic Models in Manufacturing Systems
    Pertaining to Repair Machine Failure
    Rakesh Gupta and Alka Chaudhary
    Chapter 8
    Petri Net Modeling and Scheduling of Automated
    Manufacturing Systems
    MengChu Zhou and Huanxin Henry Xiong
    Chapter 9
    Improvement of Damping Characteristics in Machine Tools
    in Manufacturing Systems
    Satoshi Ema and E. Mauri

    Systems Techniques and Computational Methods

    Chapter 1
    Tele-Manufacturing: Rapid Prototyping on the Internet/Intranets
    Utpal Roy and M. Cargian
    Chapter 2
    Models and Algorithms for Machine Scheduling with Setup Times
    Simon Dunstall and Andrew Wirth
    Chapter 3
    Computer Aided 5-Axis Machining
    Andrew Warkentin, Paul Hoskins, Fathy Ismail, and Sanjeev Bedi
    Chapter 4
    Finite Element Method and Thermo-Viscoplastic Cutting Model
    in Manufacturing Systems
    Kug Weon Kim and Hyo-Chol Sin
    Chapter 5
    Diagnostics for Monitoring Maintenance and Quality
    Rinaldo C. Michelini, Francesco Crenna, and G.B. Rossi
    Chapter 6
    Reverse Engineering and Inspection
    of Machined Parts in Manufacturing Systems
    Tarek Sobh, Jonathan Owen, and Mohamed Dekhil
    Chapter 7
    Application of Reference Architectures for Enterprise Integration
    Arian Zwegers and Henk Jan Pels
    Chapter 8
    Engineering Monitoring and Diagnosis Using Wavelet Transforms
    Ruxu Du

    The Design of Manufacturing Systems

    Chapter 1
    Long-Range Planning of Chemical
    Manufacturing Systems
    Shabbir Ahmed and Nikolaos V. Sahinidis
    Chapter 2
    Feature-Based Design in Integrated Manufacturing
    Venkat Allada
    Chapter 3
    Flexible Factory Layouts: Issues in Design, Modeling,
    and Analysis
    Saifallah Benjaafar
    Chapter 4
    Structural Control of Large-Scale Flexibly Automated
    Manufacturing Systems
    Spyros A. Reveliotis, Mark. A. Lawley, and Placid M. Ferreira
    Chapter 5
    The Design of Human-Centered Manufacturing Systems
    Dietrich Brandt, Inga Tschiersch, and Klaus Henning
    Chapter 6
    Model-Based Flexible PCBA Rework Cell Design
    Necdet Geren
    Chapter 7
    Model of Conceptual Design Phase and Its Applications
    in the Design of Mechanical Drive Units
    Roman avbi and Jo e Duhovnik
    Chapter 8
    Computer Assembly Planners in Manufacturing Systems
    and Their Applications in Aircraft Frame Assemblies
    T. Warren Liao
    Chapter 9
    Petri Net Modeling in Flexible Manufacturing Systems
    with Shared Resources
    Ke Yi Xing and Bao Sheng Hu

    Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in Manufacturing

    Chapter 1
    Knowledge-Based System Techniques in the Design,
    Implementation, and Validation of Resource Scheduling on the
    Shop Floor of Manufacturing Systems
    Rahul De’
    Chapter 2
    Neural Network Systems Techniques in the Intelligent
    Control of Chemical Manufacturing Plants
    Sung Hoon Jung, Tag Gon Kim, and Kyu Ho Park
    Chapter 3
    A Rule-Based Expert System for Designing Flexible
    Manufacturing Systems
    Heungsoon Felix Lee
    Chapter 4
    Tool Condition Monitoring in Manufacturing Systems Using Neural
    G.S. Hong, M. Rahman, and Y.S. Wong
    Chapter 5
    Intelligent Real-Time Expert System Environment in Process Control
    Grantham K.H. Pang, Raymond Tang, and Stephen S. Woo
    Chapter 6
    Adaptive Neuro-Fuzzy Control Methods for Milling Operations in
    Manufacturing Systems
    Y.S. Tarng, N.T. Hua, and G.J. Huang
    Chapter 7
    Instrumental Robots Design with Applications to Manufacturing
    R.C. Michelini, G.M. Acaccia, M. Callegari, R.M. Molfino,
    and R.P. Razzoli
    Chapter 8
    Object-Oriented Techniques and Automated Methods for Robotic Assembly
    in Manufacturing Systems
    Samuel Pierre, Monjy Rabemanantsoa, and Wilfried G. Probst
    Chapter 9
    CAD-Based Techniques in Task Planning and Programming of Robots in
    Computer-Integrated Manufacturing
    Bijan Shirinzadeh

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