Databases for Production Management - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780444886583, 9780444598783

Databases for Production Management

1st Edition

Editors: R. Companys P. Falster J.L. Burbidge
eBook ISBN: 9780444598783
Imprint: North Holland
Published Date: 1st February 1990
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Description

Dealing with many aspects of the design, implementation and operation of databases for production management systems, this book presents research that is important to all those presently concerned with the computerisation of production management.

Table of Contents

Conceptual Data Models. A Conceptual Model for Product-Types and Bills-of-Material: Application of a Set-Theoretic Approach (E.O. de Brock, F. Remmen, J.C. Wortmann). Towards the Automated Design of Database Systems: Application to Production Management (A.L.D. Murr, J.M.V. de Castilho, C.S. dos Santos, C. Walter). Deductive Conceptual Modelling of Systems Using Prolog (D. Costal, J.A. Pastor, M.R. Sancho). An Entity-Relationship Model for Computer-Aided Production Management (A.El Youssefi, M. Rhorab, S. Taghboulit, R. Soenen). Geometry of Production Management Databases (P. Falster).

Distributed Databases. Conceptual Integration of Distributed PMS Databases (H.J. Pels). On Distribution of Domain Knowledge in a Hierarchical Production Management System (E. Hynynen).

Knowledge Databases and CIM. The Intelligent Database Design Environment (IDDE) for the Design and Implementation of CIM Information Systems (Ming Wang, G.W. Smith). From Database Systems to Information Management Systems - A Requirement for Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Assembly (D.M. Weber, C.L. Moodie). A Hybrid Data Model for Integrated Manufacturing Environments (L. Mohan, R.L. Kashyap). Database Structures for CIM (C. Helfrich).

Production Planning and Control. Integrated System of MRP II Matrix-Based Hierarchical Planning: Its Computerized Implantation (F.C. Lario Esteban, E. Vicens Salort). A Database for the Control of Stocks when Using GT and Single Cycle Ordering (J.L. Burbidge). Hypertext - A New Database Approach for Production Management Systems (E. Eloranta, A.-P. Hameri, H. Pennanen). Computer Assisted Planning and Scheduling: Artemisa (J.Bautista, F. Angas). Graphical System in CIM Interactive Tools for User Interface Design (C. Tahon, J. Wang, R. Soenen).

Databases for Simulation. A Database to Support the Design of Automated Production Systems (T. O`Donnell, K. Tierney, J. Browne). Using Abstraction Mechanisms in FMS Simulation (P. van der Weerd, H. Stienen). A Database for Computer Simulators of Production Systems (E. Radosinski, L. Szczurowski). ISATIS: An Editor-Simulator of Manufacturing Systems Using Timed Coloured Petri Nets (B. Descotes-Genon, F. Hemon, R. Mercier des Rochettes).

Closing Forum. Round Table: Databases and P.M.S. - The Future (G. Doumeingts).

Details

Language:
English
Copyright:
© North Holland 1990
Published:
Imprint:
North Holland
eBook ISBN:
9780444598783

About the Editor

R. Companys

Affiliations and Expertise

E.T.S.E.I.B., Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain

P. Falster

Affiliations and Expertise

Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby, Denmark

J.L. Burbidge

Affiliations and Expertise

Abbots Ripton, Huntingdon, Cambs., UK

Reviews

@from:S. Jackson @qu:...an excellent view of the range of research currently taking place in the area of database design. Another advantage of having such a broad range of papers is that the book, if not every paper it contains, will be accessible to both academics and practising engineers. All in all, I would recommend this book as a source of reference to anyone working in the field of PMS, who is interested in state-of-the-art research taking place in database design and implementation. @source:Production Planning & Control