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Generic model for managing context-aware assembly instructions

Arno Claeys (UGent) , Steven Hoedt (UGent) , Hendrik Van Landeghem (UGent) and Johannes Cottyn (UGent)
(2016) IFAC PAPERSONLINE. 49(12). p.1181-1186
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Within the further evolving mass customization paradigm, mixed-model assembly operators are confronted with a continuously increasing task complexity. Current information systems neglect the context in which the user operates. For this reason, the information source is not aware of the information receiver's role and so it fails to distribute the right information at the right time. In most of the cases, all information is given all the time. In order to manage context-aware assembly instructions, a first step is integrating the complete set of assembly information into one data repository. Based on available industrial standards, a generic model of assembly instructions is proposed which can merge all kinds of information from multiple data sources. Different options are mentioned to add contextual information to the generic data model. A classification of typical context types is given for an assembly environment. Further research will validate the generic model for context-aware assembly instructions based on a multiple case study approach at manufacturers of special machinery.
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Mixed-Model Assembly, Context-Aware, Assembly Instructions, Ontology, ISA-95, MASS CUSTOMIZATION, INFORMATION, COMPLEXITY, SYSTEM, ONTOLOGIES, SUPPORT, DESIGN

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Claeys, Arno, Steven Hoedt, Hendrik Van Landeghem, and Johannes Cottyn. 2016. “Generic Model for Managing Context-aware Assembly Instructions.” In Ifac Papersonline, 49:1181–1186.
APA
Claeys, Arno, Hoedt, S., Van Landeghem, H., & Cottyn, J. (2016). Generic model for managing context-aware assembly instructions. IFAC PAPERSONLINE (Vol. 49, pp. 1181–1186). Presented at the 8th IFAC Conference on Manufacturing Modelling, Management and Control (MIM).
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Claeys A, Hoedt S, Van Landeghem H, Cottyn J. Generic model for managing context-aware assembly instructions. IFAC PAPERSONLINE. 2016. p. 1181–6.
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Claeys, Arno, Steven Hoedt, Hendrik Van Landeghem, et al. “Generic Model for Managing Context-aware Assembly Instructions.” Ifac Papersonline. Vol. 49. 2016. 1181–1186. Print.
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  abstract     = {Within the further evolving mass customization paradigm, mixed-model assembly operators are confronted with a continuously increasing task complexity. Current information systems neglect the context in which the user operates. For this reason, the information source is not aware of the information receiver's role and so it fails to distribute the right information at the right time. In most of the cases, all information is given all the time. In order to manage context-aware assembly instructions, a first step is integrating the complete set of assembly information into one data repository. Based on available industrial standards, a generic model of assembly instructions is proposed which can merge all kinds of information from multiple data sources. Different options are mentioned to add contextual information to the generic data model. A classification of typical context types is given for an assembly environment.  Further research will validate the generic model for context-aware assembly instructions based on a multiple case study approach at manufacturers of special machinery.},
  author       = {Claeys, Arno and Hoedt, Steven and Van Landeghem, Hendrik and Cottyn, Johannes},
  booktitle    = {IFAC PAPERSONLINE},
  issn         = {2405-8963},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Troyes, France},
  number       = {12},
  pages        = {1181--1186},
  title        = {Generic model for managing context-aware assembly instructions},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ifacol.2016.07.666},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2016},
}

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