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1. 4D/RCS Version 2.0: A Reference Model Architecture for Unmanned Vehicle Systems
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6910
Published: 8/22/2002
Authors: James S. Albus, Hui-Min Huang, Elena R Messina, Karl Murphy, Maris Juberts, Alberto Lacaze, Stephen B. Balakirsky, Michael O Shneier, Tsai Hong Hong, Harry A. Scott, Frederick M Proctor, William P Shackleford, John L Michaloski, Albert J. Wavering, Thomas Rollin Kramer, Nicholas G Dagalakis, William G Rippey, Keith A Stouffer, Steven Legowik
Abstract: The 4D/RCS architecture provides a reference model for military unmanned vehicles on how their software components should be identified, organized, and interacting such that missions, especially those involving unknown or hostile environments, can be ...

2. A Feature-Based Inspection and Machining System
Published: 8/1/2001
Authors: Thomas Rollin Kramer, Hui-Min Huang, Elena R Messina, Frederick M Proctor, Harry A. Scott
Abstract: This paper describes an architecture for a system for machining and inspectingmechanical piece parts and an implementation of it called the Feature-BasedInspection and Control System (FBICS). In FBICS, the controller of a machiningcenter or coordinat ...

3. A Feature-Based Machining System Using STEP
Published: 11/30/1998
Authors: Frederick M Proctor, Thomas Rollin Kramer
Abstract: Discrete part manufacturing flows from a design phase in which product information is defined to a manufacturing phase in which the processes are planned and executed. Process planning typically culminates with the generation of numerical control (NC ...

4. A Machining and Measurement Process Planning Activity Model for Manufacturing System Interoperability Analysis
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7734
Published: 10/29/2010
Authors: Fiona Zhao, Frederick M Proctor, John A Horst
Abstract: Manufacturing systems consist of many activities. Each of these activities may include one or more software and hardware. In order to make these software and hardware systems interoperable, the data exchange and share among them must be seamless. How ...

5. A Methodology for Integrating Sensor Feedback in Machine Tool Controllers
Published: 6/30/1992
Authors: Frederick M Proctor, John L Michaloski, Thomas Rollin Kramer
Abstract: A reference model architecture for real-time hierarchical control systems has been proposed by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology, and has been implemented on a variety of computing platforms for manufacturing and veh ...

6. A Mobile Robot Control Framework: From Simulation to Reality
Published: 12/7/2007
Authors: Stephen B. Balakirsky, Frederick M Proctor, Christopher J. Scrapper Jr, Thomas Rollin Kramer
Abstract: In order to expedite the research and development of robotic systems and foster development of novel robot configurations, it is essential to develop tools and standards that allow researchers to rapidly develop, communicate, and compare experimental ...

7. A Reference Model Architecture for Intelligent Hybrid Control Systems
Published: 7/5/1996
Authors: James S. Albus, Frederick M Proctor
Abstract: Control

8. A Roadmap for STEP-NC Enabled Interoperable Manufacturing
Published: 6/17/2011
Authors: Fiona Zhao, Frederick M Proctor, Martin Hardwick, Sid Venkatesh, David Odendahl, Xun Xu
Abstract: STEP-NC is the result of a ten-year international effort to replace the RS274D (ISO 6983) G and M code standard with a modern associative language. The new standard connects CAD design data to CAM process data so that smart applications can understan ...

9. A Tool to Improve Efficiency in Large Scale Manufacturing
Published: 9/25/2002
Authors: Roger V Bostelman, William P Shackleford, Frederick M Proctor, James S. Albus, Alan M. (Alan M.) Lytle
Abstract: NIST is working directly with industry to improve repair and conversion operations of ships in dry dock. Similarly, this work allows transfer of technology to construction and other industries requiring worker-access to large, external surfaces with ...

10. ADACS - An Automated System for Part Finishing
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 5171
Published: 4/1/1993
Authors: Keith A Stouffer, John L Michaloski, B Russell, Frederick M Proctor
Abstract: This paper describes an automated finishing system called the Advanced Deburring and Chamfering System (ADACS). ADACS uses the Real-Time Control System (RCS), a hierarchical controller architecture that was developed at the National Institute of ...

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