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Computing & Control Engineering Journal

Issue 4 • Date Aug. 1993

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  • CARDAM-an integrated design and manufacturing system for roll forming tools

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):151 - 156
    IEEE is not the copyright holder of this material | Click to expandAbstract | PDF file iconPDF (466 KB)

    The article deals with the development of an integrated design and manufacturing system (CARDAM) for roll forming tooling. The roll forming process has been organised into three distinct modules: roll form design, roll profile editing and NC processing of roll profiles. The roll design module automatically generates section drawing, flower pattern, mill parameters, and roll drawings to design spec... View full abstract»

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  • Power to the people (teleworking)

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):158 - 161
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    The wide availability of basic rate integrated services digital network (ISDN) has the potential to provide the small or home office with a previously unheard of level and quality of communications. The outcome is that the medium for effective communications can be contiguous from desk to desk, wherever the desks may be situated. Together with relatively cheap computing power these communications ... View full abstract»

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  • Beyond the cottage industry (telecommunication services)

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):162 - 164
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    The introduction of modern telecommunication services into rural and underdeveloped areas can have a dramatic effect on the local economies in addition to solving cost and skill problems for urban centres of industry and commerce. Examples are given where significant investments have been made in telecommunication infrastructure of remote and rural areas resulting in highly encouraging prospects f... View full abstract»

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  • Teleworking initiatives in Devon and Cornwall

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):165 - 166
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    Teleworking has become viable due to the availability of basic equipment at a price which encourages domestic use, improvements in the widespread compatibility of magnetic media and data communications, and increases in the numbers of people who wish to take a much more flexible approach to their time spent working. In addition, there has been dramatic growth in the rural population (the move from... View full abstract»

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  • Integrating teleworking into the organisation

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):167 - 169
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    Consideration is given to the place of teleworking as one of a number of flexible working practices, and the main issues concerned with the transition from an ad hoc practice to a formally recognised and acceptable strategy are addressed. The prerequisites for success, the need for establishing teleworking policies and procedures to guide the implementation and a structured approach towards the pl... View full abstract»

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  • Teleworking in the 21st century

    Publication Year: 1993, Page(s):170 - 180
    Cited by:  Papers (6)
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    Telecommunications systems will soon provide a transparent connection between widely separated people enabling a full range of human interactions, unrestricted by technological limitations. The impact on the working environment will be profound: the distinction between home, office and elsewhere-a consequence of the limited technology currently used in business-will disappear. People will be able ... View full abstract»

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Published from 2003-2007, Computing and Control Engineering was concerned with computing, communications, control and instrumentation.

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