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EXPERTS COOPERATE FOR FLEXIBLE ASSEMBLY

EXPERTS COOPERATE FOR FLEXIBLE ASSEMBLY Knowledgebased programming has provided a paradigm for the development of more effective and robust systems in a variety of fields. Its application to flexible assembly systems FAS clearly has its origins and continues to receive impetus from the close historical links between the academic disciplines of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. In this article some of its potential benefits to assembly systems are examined within the context of a SERCACMEfunded research project carried out at The University of Wales, Aberystwyth. The STAR project explored the potential of a variety of knowledgebased systems in a number of roles and demonstrated how they might cooperate. Some of these concepts were further explored and applied in the subsequent EUREKAFAMOS project known as InFACT. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Assembly Automation Emerald Publishing

EXPERTS COOPERATE FOR FLEXIBLE ASSEMBLY

Assembly Automation , Volume 12 (4): 4 – Apr 1, 1992

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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0144-5154
DOI
10.1108/eb004377
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Abstract

Knowledgebased programming has provided a paradigm for the development of more effective and robust systems in a variety of fields. Its application to flexible assembly systems FAS clearly has its origins and continues to receive impetus from the close historical links between the academic disciplines of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics. In this article some of its potential benefits to assembly systems are examined within the context of a SERCACMEfunded research project carried out at The University of Wales, Aberystwyth. The STAR project explored the potential of a variety of knowledgebased systems in a number of roles and demonstrated how they might cooperate. Some of these concepts were further explored and applied in the subsequent EUREKAFAMOS project known as InFACT.

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Assembly AutomationEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 1992

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