CIM - Mechanical Aspects: State of the Art Report contains different points of view about computer-integrated manufacturing (CIM). This report is organized into three parts: invited papers, analysis, and bibliography. The invited papers part examines various mechanical aspects of CIM. The analysis part assesses the major advances and provides a balanced analysis of the state of the art in CIM. Bibliography compiles the most important published material on the subject of mechanical aspects of CIM.
Editor's Foreword Publisher's Note Invited Papers 1 Honeywell Bull in Manufacturing Automation 2 The Ups and Downs in Implementing CIM 3 CIM - The next Five Years 4 CIM in an Assembly Plant 5 Unisys on CIM 6 Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) and Intercompany Networks 7 CIM - A Business Impact 8 Manufacturing Automation Protocol (MAP) for Systems Integration 9 The Role of Geometric Solid Modeling in Integrating Design and Manufacture 10 DEC on CIM Invited Paper references Analysis 1 CIM - The Scope 2 CIM - Evolution and Background 3 CIM - The State of the Art 4 CIM - The Users 5 CIM - Planning, Implementation and Impact 6 CIM - Communications 7 CIM - The Future 8 CIM - Summary Appendix 1: List of Business Areas and their Breakdown Appendix 2: Glossary of Terms Appendix 3: Exhibitions and Conferences 1988-1989 Bibliography An Annotated Bibliography of CIM - Mechanical Aspects Index Subject and Contributor Index
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- © Pergamon 1988
- 1st January 1988
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Professor of Medical Genetics, Academic Unit of Medical Genetics, St. Mary's Hospital, Manchester, UK.