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Model-based self-optimization for manufacturing systems

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23 Author(s)
Thombansen, U. ; Fraunhofer Inst. for Laser Technol. (ILT), Aachen, Germany ; Schuettler, J. ; Auerbach, T. ; Beckers, M.
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This paper describes an approach to self-optimization for manufacturing systems that addresses the plan - value orientation of the polylemma of production for high wage countries. The scope of the work comprises research on cognition for technical systems as well as transfer of process knowledge into machine readable form oriented towards product quality. Based on a meta-model approach, specialized processing of data from several information sources allows determination of the operating point and optimization potential considering the operating domain. Consequently, information-processing sensor actuator systems are implemented that adapt to optimized internal objectives and the current process status to ensure meeting of predefined external objectives.

Note: Due to issues with capturing special characters, the second and twelfth author names originally, incorrectly, were listed as "Schiittler, J." and "ResBmann, A." They should instead be transcribed as "Schuettler, J." and "Ressmann, A." The Xplore metadata reflects this change to what was originally published.  

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Concurrent Enterprising (ICE), 2011 17th International Conference on

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20-22 June 2011