Implementation of intelligent manufacturing algorithms in agile architectures for production: world models for systems incorporating binary and continuous variables
Document typeConference lecture
PublisherS. Ekinovic, S. Yalcin, J. Vivancos.
Rights accessOpen Access
Building in previous works of the authors, the present paper focuses on the extension of the Algorithms described for the specific case study of binary systems (systems in which each variable can take one out of two values), to cases that also incorporate continuous variables (those which can take any continuous value within a range). This extension of the Algorithms makes possible the incorporation of new possibilities and functionalities for the treatment of the information received by the sensors of the manufacturing systems and in particular reduce the number of variables in which to monitor the states and costs of execution. The Construction of World Models based on this logical theory -that incorporates the knowledge derived from the results of a set of experiments conducted by the system utilizing a set of different algorithms- is applicable to a wide range of production systems topologies, which is also visited in the present work.
Agile Manufacturing, Intelligent systems, Algorithms
CitationMinguella-Canela, J.; Buj, I.; Gomà, J. Implementation of intelligent manufacturing algorithms in agile architectures for production: world models for systems incorporating binary and continuous variables. A: International Reseach/Expert Conference. "18th International Research/Expert Conference ”Trends in the Development of Machinery and Associated Technology” TMT 2014". Budapest: S. Ekinovic, S. Yalcin, J. Vivancos., 2014, p. 149-152.