CRC Press, 2001. — 272 p. — ISBN: 0849309964, 9780849309960Series: Computer-Aided Design, Engineering & MFG Systems Techniques and Applications, Vol. IVA strong trend today is toward the fullest feasible integration of all elements of manufacturing, including maintenance, reliability, supportability, the competitive environment, and other areas. This trend toward total integration is called concurrent engineering. Because of the central role information processing technology plays in this, the computer has also been identified and treated as a central and most essential issue. These are the issues which are at the core of the contents of this volume. This set of volumes consists of seven distinctly titled and well-integrated volumes on the broadly significant subject of computer-aided design, engineering, and manufacturing: systems techniques and applications. It is appropriate to mention that each of the seven volumes can be utilized individually. In any event, the great breadth of the field certainly suggests the requirement for seven distinctly titled and well-integrated volumes for an adequately comprehensive treatment. The seven volume titles are: Systems Techniques and Computational Methods Computer-Integrated Manufacturing Operational Methods in Computer-Aided Design Optimization Methods for Manufacturing The Design of Manufacturing Systems Manufacturing Systems Processes Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in ManufacturingThe contributions to this volume clearly reveal the effectiveness and great significance of the techniques available and, with further development, the essential role that they will play in the future. I hope that practitioners, research workers, students, computer scientists, and others on the international scene will find this set of volumes to be a unique and significant reference source for years to come.
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