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Industrial Measurement Application Development

Originální název

Industrial Measurement Application Development

Anglický název

Industrial Measurement Application Development

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

The paper deals with design and stepwise development of a dedicated LAN-based industrial measurement application. The conception of this development stems from a knowledge preserving, graceful conversion of the original enterprise practice into a co-operative work supporting arrangement. The principal paradigm employed for this conversion is case-based reasoning (CBR) augmented by rule-based support. The paper presents a technique based on CBR for reusing the amassed domain knowledge with an industrial measurement system whose architecture and service level were radically changed. While CBR represents the techniques' principal paradigm, the overall strategy is augmented by rule-based reasoning and supporting mechanisms. Using this strategy, the knowledge-based subsystem can learn and follow the previously developed measurement processes. The original, manually controlled measurement process is carefully monitored by the subsystem in initial stages when the subsystem is actually taught by a practicing engineer. After that, the learned subsystem can continue almost autonomously, controlling not only the same but also the majority of similar measurements. The computer integrated measurement project for the test department of an electric motor manufacturer offers an environment for the case study exemplifying this strategy.

Anglický abstrakt

The paper deals with design and stepwise development of a dedicated LAN-based industrial measurement application. The conception of this development stems from a knowledge preserving, graceful conversion of the original enterprise practice into a co-operative work supporting arrangement. The principal paradigm employed for this conversion is case-based reasoning (CBR) augmented by rule-based support. The paper presents a technique based on CBR for reusing the amassed domain knowledge with an industrial measurement system whose architecture and service level were radically changed. While CBR represents the techniques' principal paradigm, the overall strategy is augmented by rule-based reasoning and supporting mechanisms. Using this strategy, the knowledge-based subsystem can learn and follow the previously developed measurement processes. The original, manually controlled measurement process is carefully monitored by the subsystem in initial stages when the subsystem is actually taught by a practicing engineer. After that, the learned subsystem can continue almost autonomously, controlling not only the same but also the majority of similar measurements. The computer integrated measurement project for the test department of an electric motor manufacturer offers an environment for the case study exemplifying this strategy.

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT28600,
  author="Miroslav {Švéda}",
  title="Industrial Measurement Application Development",
  annote="The paper deals with design and stepwise development of a dedicated LAN-based
industrial measurement application. The conception of this development stems from
a knowledge preserving, graceful conversion of the original enterprise practice
into a co-operative work supporting arrangement. The principal paradigm employed
for this conversion is case-based reasoning (CBR) augmented by rule-based
support. The paper presents a technique based on CBR for reusing the amassed
domain knowledge with an industrial measurement system whose architecture and
service level were radically changed. While CBR represents the techniques'
principal paradigm, the overall strategy is augmented by rule-based reasoning and
supporting mechanisms. Using this strategy, the knowledge-based subsystem can
learn and follow the previously developed measurement processes. The original,
manually controlled measurement process is carefully monitored by the subsystem
in initial stages when the subsystem is actually taught by a practicing engineer.
After that, the learned subsystem can continue almost autonomously, controlling
not only the same but also the majority of similar measurements. The computer
integrated measurement project for the test department of an electric motor
manufacturer offers an environment for the case study exemplifying this
strategy.",
  address="IEEE Computer Society",
  booktitle="Proceedings of the First International Workshop on Application-oriented Systems",
  chapter="28600",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="IEEE Computer Society",
  year="2007",
  month="april",
  pages="523--529",
  publisher="IEEE Computer Society",
  type="conference paper"
}