Research on the Key Technology of Manufacturing Services Modeling under Cloud Manufacturing Environments

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To realize sharing and synergy between manufacturing resources and manufacturing capability in cloud manufacturing, the manufacturing service model is divided into function model and non-function model. Elements and description of function model is given, and function model determines manufacturing services’ combination planning. Also the composition of non-function model and each part’s weight is presented, and non-function model is the basis to evaluate the priority of manufacturing services. For the case of resource in cloud manufacturing services, sharing ontology and private ontology are researched. Sharing ontology is common description of the whole manufacturing domain, and private ontology is individual description of a specific manufacturing platform. The transformation between sharing ontology and private ontology provides a way for isomerism resources to invoke each other.

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Li Qiang

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687-693

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P. Z. Liu et al., "Research on the Key Technology of Manufacturing Services Modeling under Cloud Manufacturing Environments", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 687-693, 2014

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August 2014

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