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Manufacturing Integrated Management

Edited by: Zbigniew Banaszak & Jerzy Jędrzejewski

(c) Copyright by Redakcja Inżynierii Maszyn - Agenda Wydawnicza Wrocławskiej Rady FSNT NOT, Wrocław 2001, Poland

Foreword

The maturity of manufacturing procedures, technologies and standards, the efficiency of contemporary logistic chains, global telecommunication infrastructure, penetration of artificial intelligence methods in the area of control and decision support, and practically unlimited local computing resources has been among the factors, which characterise modern manufacturing environment. Nowadays, integration in manufacturing is the main paradigm for companies to meet their objectives, such as productivity and flexibility, by means of highly automated and computerized manufacturing systems. A concept of the Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering illustrates this technically oriented production development strategy, and information technologies, such as Enterprise Resource Planning, has been made available to meet more or less this fully computerized and automated integration. Especially in the sectors of consumer- and high-tech products, manufacturing is a subject of the rapid globalisation process. Market-driven manufacturing and ecology-aware manufacturing are two concepts embedded in the broader idea of the sustainable growth. In their contemporary edition, implementation of such approaches requires strong technical backup, both in terms of orgware and methodology including such concepts as Just-in-Time, Optimised Production Technology, Virtual Manufacturing, Concurrent Engineering, etc. Thus, technical support is one of the central issues addressed in the context of the modern manufacturing systems. Some of the most promising topics include manufacturability analysis, validation and evaluation of process plans, partnering in agile enterprises, process design, and optimisation of production plans and schedules.

Beyond the integration, communication technologies now allow to digitally integrate the entire manufacturing chain, from design through manufacturing, supply management, to maintenance and service, over the whole product life cycle, from the idea of a product to its final end use and disposal. The next generation of manufacturing systems has to support development of a virtual enterprise concept using various paradigms such as Agile Manufacturing Systems and the Fractal Production System. The key challenge being to distribute the digital intelligence down to the field factory level in order to enable flexible and autonomous operation of distributed units to transform information flows into product flows.

Today, the time is for the intelligent assistance and decision-support of the human factors and for the machine intelligence of the devices at the shop floor, i.e., for computer integrated manufacturing management systems. Such a situation creates new opportunities for the already known theoretical concepts and gives rise to many new ideas.

Topics of enclosed contributions range from the formal descriptive and prospective models of manufacturing systems (including reference architectures and generic enterprise models), through the process supervision and production planning/control issues, new concepts of the Communication-and Internet-based models, to the methodological aspects of the distributed and discrete-event systems, i.e., they cover some of the most challenging issues that arise in domain of integrated manufacturing management So, it is hoped that this special issue will spurn interest in the subject among graduate students, junior research workers and potential users from business and industry.

Constraint-Based Production Flows Rapid Prototyping in a Virtual Manufacturing Organization 
Zbigniew A. BANASZAK Sebastian SANIUK, Marek B. ZAREMBA
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Modern Modes of Design and Manufacture of Tools 
Joze BALIC
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Optimisation of Logistics Processes - Necessary Condition for E-Business 
Josef BASL
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Communication Structures for Cooperative Supply Chain 
Marcius F. CARVALHO
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A Methodology for Design of Fractal Company 
Róbert DEBNÁR, Ján KOSTURIAK, Józef MATUSZEK
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Intelligent Machine Tools Design System - Globalization and Virtualization 
Jerzy JĘDRZEJEWSKI, Zbigniew KOWAL, Wojciech KWASNY, Wojciech MODRZYCKI
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Evolutionary Computation in Design and Manufacturing 
Andrew KUSIAK
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Some Approaches of Integration Product-Process 
Patrick MARTIN, Alain D'ACUNTO
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Production Engineering Costs 
Józef MATUSZEK
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Proper Data Exchange as a Source of Success by Integrated Planning Activities 
Jüri PAPSTEL, Alo SAKS
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Towards Dynamic Enterprise Modelling 
Krzysztof SANTAREK
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Multiasortment Production Planning 
Bożena SKOŁUD
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Wolfgang RIETZ, Planning an Appropriate Level Of Decentralisation in SMEs 
Hans Kurt TÖNSHOFF
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Finite Scheduling Problem in the MRP II Environment 
Mirosław ZABOROWSKI
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