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Digital Enterprise Technology

Perspectives and Future Challenges

By Pedro Filipe Cunha , Paul G. Maropoulos

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This volume is based on the Third Digital Enterprise Technology International Conference held in Setúbal, Portugal in 2006. Coverage includes process modeling and process planning, physical-to-digital environment integrators, and entrepreneurship in DET.

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  • ISBN13: 978-0-3874-9863-8
  • 611 Pages
  • User Level: Professionals
  • Publication Date: September 18, 2007
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Digital engineering methods and systems are vitally important for performing key technical and business functions of global enterprises in a distributed and collaborative manner. The product design and engineering systems are gradually being developed to include a variety of tools for DfX, as well as incorporate aspects of digital manufacturing. Digital Enterprise Technology: Perspectives and Future Challenges, an edited volume, contains accepted chapters presented at the 3rd, CIRP sponsored International Conference in Digital Enterprise Technology (DET'06), held in Setúbal, Portugal, September 2006. DET 2006 follows on the success of the two previous meetings held in Durham, UK and Seattle, USA, in 2002 and 2004 respectively. The chapters presented in this book are contributed by world class leaders in the field. This volume includes relevant examples of current state-of-art in the development and use of systems and methods for the digital modelling of global development and realization processes in the context of life cycle management.
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Table of Contents

  1. International Committee.
  2. Organizing Committee.
  3. Preface/Editorial.
  4. Sponsors.
  5. Keynote Papers.
  6. Digital Manufacturing In The Global Era.
  7. Global Manufacturing – Challenges And Solutions.
  8. Emergent Synthesis Approaches To Biological Manufacturing Systems.
  9. Reconfigurable Process Plans For Responsive Manufacturing Systems.
  10. Collaborative Networks In Industry
  11. Trends And Foundations.
  12. Session 1 Advanced Factory Design And Modeling.
  13. A Logistics Framework For Coordinating Supply Chains On Unstable Markets.
  14. Federative Factory Data Management An Approach Based Upon Service Oriented Architecture (Soa).
  15. Engineering Change Impact Analysis In Production .
  16. Using Vr.
  17. Virtual Factory Framework: Key Enabler For Future Manufacturing.
  18. Reconfigurability Of Manufacturing Systems For Agility Implementation –Part I: Requirements And Principles.
  19. Reconfigurability Of Manufacturing Systems For Agility Implementation –Part Ii: Two Architectures.
  20. Self Organization Shop Floor Control.
  21. Logistic
  22. And Cost
  23. Oriented Cross
  24. Company Ramp
  25. Up Planning.
  26. Optimization Customized Token
  27. Based Production Control Systems Using Cross
  28. Entropy.
  29. Role Of The Information And Knowledge In Det.
  30. Business Intelligence System For Strategic Decision Making In Machine
  31. Tool Smes.
  32. Production Monitoring Linked To Object Identification And Tracking– A Step Towards Real Time Manufacturing In Automotive Plants.
  33. Modeling Services In Information Systems Architectures.
  34. Automatic Partitioning Of Problems Through Submodel Decomposition— A Promising Technique Of Det.
  35. Session 2 Distributed And Collaborative Design.
  36. Implementing Det For Agile Design In The Virtual Enterprise.
  37. Dynamics Of State
  38. Problems And Design Intermediate Objects In Distributed And Collaborative Design Process.
  39. An Integrated Design System For Molded Interconnect Devices (3d
  40. Mid).
  41. A Novel Knowledge Management Methodology To Support Collaborative Product Development.
  42. Knowledge Engineering Systems For Digital Enterprise PerformanceImprovement.
  43. Collaborative Design In The Assembly Systems.
  44. Fuzzy Product Configuration In Advanced Cad Systems.
  45. An Adaptive Tolerance Model For Collaborative Design.
  46. Session 3 Process Modeling And Process Planning.
  47. Cost Estimation And Conceptual Process Planning.
  48. Semi
  49. Generative Macro
  50. Process Planning For Reconfigurable Manufacturing.
  51. Modeling Manufacturing Cells Using Principles Of Reengineering And Component Clusters.
  52. Constraint Programming Approach To Designing Conflict
  53. Free Schedules For Repetitive Manufacturing Processes.
  54. The Relevance Of Lean Manufacturing Principles In Diverse Applications And Digital Enterprises.
  55. Ontology Supported Adaptive User Interfaces For Structural Cad Design.
  56. Rapid Design Of Model
  57. Based Process Chains – A Graph Based Approach.
  58. An Application Of Iso
  59. Gum In The Method For Estimating The Dimensional Errors Of Bent Parts.
  60. Simulation
  61. Based Production Planning Based On Logistic Monitoring And Risk Management Aspects.
  62. Simulation Based Organizational Change In Multiple Product Assembly Systems.
  63. Web Based Multi Agent Platform For Collaborative Manufacturing.
  64. Contract Negotiation Wizard For Vo Creation.
  65. A Probability
  66. Reactive Order Processing Method Based On The Load
  67. Oriented Order Release (Loor) For Maintenance Of Capital
  68. Intensive Goods.
  69. Towards Interactive Clp – Based And Project Driven Oriented Dss Design.
  70. Applying The Zachman Framework Dimensions To Support Business Process Modeling.
  71. Session 4 Enterprise Integration Technologies.
  72. A Framework To Integrate Manufacturing Information Systems.
  73. Implementation Of Collaboration Model Within Sme’s.
  74. Framework For A Knowledge Support System For Distributed Collaborative Design Projects.
  75. A Concept For The Configuration Of Value Added Networks Based On Quality Capabilities During Ramp
  76. Up.
  77. Dynamic Performance Management In Business Networks Environment.
  78. A Quantified Approach To Tacit Knowledge Management In R&D
  79. Environments Through The Use Of Document
  80. Based User

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