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IEEE Transactions on Manufacturing Technology

Issue 3 • Date September 1976

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  • Message from the President

    Publication Year: 1976, Page(s): 51
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  • Reliability Improvements in Commercial/Industrial Grade Integrated Circuit Devices

    Publication Year: 1976, Page(s):58 - 61
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  • Do Material-Handling Systems Really Save Money?

    Publication Year: 1976, Page(s):67 - 71
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    The character of the board industry is changing. The days of the wet process area being called "The Swamp" are coming to a close. We no longer see the frantic pace of process improvements that existed three years ago. This will necessitate a change in the types of projects board engineers work on. In this paper, one aspect of a new board operation installed in Puerto Rico will be discussed. That a... View full abstract»

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  • Why Consider Screening, Burn-In, and 100-Percent Testing for Commercial Devices?

    Publication Year: 1976, Page(s):52 - 58
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    In the real world, no component manufacturer can attain loo-percent yield of final product (regardless of how well the device is designed, the scrutiny of incoming materials, or the care taken in assembly)-the user then must decide whether he can tolerate standard product quality levels. This will to some extent depend upon the supplier's integrity, to a large extent upon the interest in reliabili... View full abstract»

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  • Microprocessor Architecture for Discrete Manufacturing Control, Part II: Identification of System Requirements

    Publication Year: 1976, Page(s):62 - 66
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    This paper presents an analysis of the computer requirements for the lowest level computer in a hierarchical control structure. The objective of the paper is to identify those points of discrete manufacturing process control which require special consideration and to give the impact of these requirements on the computer architecture. The areas which are investigated are the instruction set, input/... View full abstract»

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This Transaction ceased production in 1977. The current publication is titled IEEE Transactions on Components, Packaging, and Manufacturing Technology.

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