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Intelligent systems in manufacturing: current developments and future prospects

By F Meziane, S Vadera, KAH Kobbacy and N Proudlove

Abstract

Global competition and rapidly changing customer requirements are demanding increasing changes in manufacturing environments. Enterprises are required to constantly redesign their products and continuously reconfigure their manufacturing systems. Traditional approaches to manufacturing systems do not fully satisfy this new situation. Many authors have proposed that artificial intelligence will bring the flexibility and efficiency needed by manufacturing systems. This paper is a review of artificial intelligence techniques used in manufacturing systems. The paper first defines the components of a simplified intelligent manufacturing systems (IMS), the different Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to be considered and then shows how these AI techniques are used for the components of IMS

Topics: QA75, K3921, other
Publisher: Emerald
OAI identifier: oai:usir.salford.ac.uk:1673

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