Intelligent Advisory System for Support of Production Process Design in the Domain of Metal Forming

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The domain of the presented work is the design of a computer advisory system which should offer support on general design of production cycle. The idea of functioning of the advisory system is related to the reuse of information gathered from previous processes of production design. The information on the design of entire production cycle is suggested to be split into fragments related to specific production phases in the whole manufacturing chain. The advisory system should provide the possibility of making use of diverse piece of information so as to obtain the full production cycle for a new product similar to others manufactured in the past. The idea of information processing is based on the data mining rules induction methods and is visualized with examples of fasteners manufacturing.

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Key Engineering Materials (Volumes 651-653)

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Aldo Ofenheimer, Cecilia Poletti, Daniela Schalk-Kitting and Christof Sommitsch

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1375-1380

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G. Rojek et al., "Intelligent Advisory System for Support of Production Process Design in the Domain of Metal Forming", Key Engineering Materials, Vols. 651-653, pp. 1375-1380, 2015

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July 2015

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