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This paper studies the application of advanced computer image processing techniques for solving the problem of automated defect detection for textile fabrics. A new defect detection scheme is proposed, which consists of an odd symmetric real-valued Gabor filter, an even symmetric real-valued...
In this paper, an iterative learning variable structure controller is proposed for the fast point-to-point motion. The motion is first divided into two stages: high-speed motion and high-precision positioning. Then the controllers are designed for these two stages, respectively. An iterative...
The paper describes a computer-based tool for the selection of techniques used in the manufacture of prototypes and limited production runs of industrial products. The underlying decision model, based on the AHP methodology, ranks available techniques by a score resulting from the composition of...
In filtration/separation applications, porous membranes separate particles by a sieving mechanism determined by pore size of membrane and particle size. However, since pores in the membranes have irregular shape and vary in size, the definition of the pore size has been complex and sometimes,...
Interface C has been defined as the access interface of an e-Diagnostics system by International SEMATECH. This paper proposes a novel Interface C framework, called ICF, which aims to be a solution to the implementation of Interface C. The ICF is developed using several technologies, such as Web...
In the past few years, extending usage of robotic systems has increased the importance of robot reliability and quality. To improve the robot reliability and quality by applying standard approaches such as Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) and Quality Function Deployment (QFD) during the...
In today's economic environment, enterprises that solely rely on traditional technologies cannot meet dynamic customer demands. Hence, proactive enterprises seek the application of intelligent and integrated manufacturing systems in order to meet the customer's demands and be the winners in the...
This paper concentrates on multi-row machine layout problems that can be accurately formulated as quadratic assignment problems (QAPs). A genetic algorithm-based local search approach is proposed for solving QAPs. In the proposed algorithm, three different mutation operators namely adjacent,...
Cell formation problem in CMS design has received the attention of researchers for more than three decades. However, use of sequence data for cell formation has been a least researched area. Sequence data provides valuable information about the flow patterns of various jobs in a manufacturing...
Assembly job shop scheduling problem (AJSP) is an extension of classical job shop scheduling problem (JSP). AJSP starts with JSP and appends an assembly stage to the completed jobs. Lot streaming (LS) technique is a process of splitting jobs into smaller sub-jobs such that successive operations...
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