Adaptive Simulation of a Keyboard Assembly Cell
Describes the development of an adaptive simulation model for a keyboard assembly cell for real-time decision support. Discusses the architecture of the modelling and control system, including the movement of entities and conveyors, describing how up to four different keyboard types may be modelled, with a PC cell controller continually monitoring the state changes of the assembly line, passing the data captured to the simulation model created in ARENA.
Artificial Intelligence and Robotics | Business | Operations Research, Systems Engineering and Industrial Engineering
Intelligent Systems and Decision Analytics
Integrated Manufacturing System
SPEDDING, T. A.; LEE, Wee Leong; Desouza, R.; and LEE, S. S. G..
Adaptive Simulation of a Keyboard Assembly Cell. (1997). Integrated Manufacturing System. 8, (1), 50-58. Research Collection School Of Information Systems.
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