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In today's industrial context, competitiveness is closely associated to supply chain performance. Coordination between business units is essential to increase this performance, in order to produce and deliver products on time to customers, at a competitive price. While planning systems usually...
This paper presents a novel method for rapidly generating 3D architectural models based on hand motion and design gestures captured by a motion capture system. A set of sign language-based gestures, architectural hand signs (AHS), has been developed. AHS is performed on the left hand to define...
Rapid prototyping and manufacturing (RP&M) technique has shown a high potential to reduce the cycle and cost of product development, and has been considered as one of crucial enabling tools in digital manufacturing to effectively aid rapid product development. Manufacturing industry is evolving...
As the economy becomes global and ICT-reliant, approaches practiced in enterprise software product development and enterprise resource planning (ERP) system implementation must cope with increasingly complex situations induced by contemporary supply chain and regulations. Compliance with...
This paper attempts to propose a virtual operating system applied to operation training of manufacturing facility and manufacturing process simulation. The system is based on VRML and browser/server structure, so user only needs to install a free plug-in, and run the package normally via...
Post-Project Reviews (PPRs) are a rich source of knowledge and data for organisations – if organisations have the time and resources to analyse them. Too often these reports are stored, unread by many who could benefit from them. PPR reports attempt to document the project experience – both...
The present research results assume that end-user computing satisfaction (EUCS) of an enterprise resource planning system (ERP system) depends on users’ positive perception of determinants on multiple organizational levels. Hence, rather than investigating a precise theory of narrow focus, this...
Localization of tagged objects is a valuable addition to the application of radio frequency identification (RFID) technology. This paper studies the localization performance in an indoor environment with an active RFID system. Three major localization methods, namely, multi-lateration,...
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