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41. From Simulation to Real Robots with Predictable Results: Methods and Examples
Topic: Simulation
Published: 12/1/2009
Authors: Stephen B. Balakirsky, S Carpin, George Dimitoglou, Benjamin Balaguer
Abstract: From a theoretical perspective, one may easily argue (as we will in this chapter) that simulation accelerates the algorithm development cycle. However, in practice many in the robotics development community share the sentiment that "Simula-tion ...

42. Generic Simulation of Automotive Assembly for Interoperability Testing
Topic: Simulation
Published: 7/1/2007
Authors: Deogratias Kibira, Charles R. McLean
Abstract: Computer simulation is effective in improving the effi-ciency of manufacturing system design, operation, and maintenance. Most simulation models are usually tailored to address a narrow set of industrial issues, e.g., the intro-duction of a new prod ...

43. Implementing a Standards-Based Distributed Measurement and Control Application on the Internet
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 6338
Topic: Simulation
Published: 1/1/1999
Author: Richard D Schneeman
Abstract: The distributed measurement and control (DMC) industry is migrating away from proprietary hardware and software platforms in favor of open and standardized approaches. High-level programming languages, object-oriented platforms, Internet technology, ...

44. Industry Case Studies in the Use of Immersive Virtual Assembly
Topic: Simulation
Published: 4/1/2007
Authors: Sankar Jayaram, Uma Jayaram, Young J Kim, Charles Dechenne, Kevin W Lyons, Craig Palmer, Tatsuki Mitsui
Abstract: In this paper we report on two engineering case studies that have been conducted as part of a Virtual Assembly Technology Consortium. The objectives of the case studies were to determine if immersive virtual assembly capabilities allow industry assem ...

45. Input Data Management Methodology for Discrete Event Simulation
Topic: Simulation
Published: 8/26/2009
Authors: Nils Erik Gunnar Bengtsson, Guodong Shao, Yung-Tsun Tina Lee, Swee Kong Leong, Charles R. McLean, Bjorn Johansson, Anders Skoogh
Abstract: Input Data Management (IDM) is a time consuming and costly process for Discrete Event Simulation (DES) projects. In this paper, a methodology for IDM in DES projects is described. The approach is to use a methodology to identify and collect data, ...

46. Integration of Incident Management Simulation-based Training Applications
Topic: Simulation
Published: 9/1/2007
Authors: Charles R. McLean, Yung-Tsun Tina Lee, Sanjay Jain
Abstract: The nation's incident management personnel and emergency responders need to work in a coordinated, well-planned manner to best mitigate the impact of natural and man-made disasters. They need to be trained and be ready to act in view of increase ...

47. Integration of Life Cycle Inventories Incorporating Manufacturing Unit Processes
Topic: Simulation
Published: 8/31/2011
Authors: Mark B. Campanelli, Jonatan Kristofer Berglund, Rachuri Rachuri
Abstract: Sustainable manufacturing (SM) concerns the manufacture of products with regard to environmental, social, and economic impacts over the entire life cycle. With a primary focus on environmental concerns, life cycle assessment (LCA) can support SM ...

48. Interoperability for Simulation of Sustainable Manufacturing
Topic: Simulation
Published: 2/24/2010
Authors: Guodong Shao, Nils Erik Gunnar Bengtsson, Bjorn J. Johansson
Abstract: Sustainability has become a very significant research topic, it impacts many different manufacturing industries. To achieve sustainable manufacturing, designing manufacturing systems that have less negative impact on the environment is critical. Mode ...

49. Interoperability for Virtual Manufacturing systems
Topic: Simulation
Published: 1/14/2014
Authors: Yung-Tsun Tina Lee, Juyeon Lee, Frank H Riddick, Don E Libes, Deogratias Kibira
Abstract: Manufacturing systems are often costly to develop and operate. Simulation technology has been demonstrated to be an effective tool for improving manufacturing system design and the efficiency of manufacturing operations and maintenance. However, to ...

50. Machine Shop Information Model Application, Next Step
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Report Number: 7388
Topic: Simulation
Published: 4/11/2007
Authors: Yung-Tsun Tina Lee, Yan Luo
Abstract: Simulation is defined as the imitation of the operation of a system or real-world process over time, and in many cases, manufacturing provides one of the most important applications of simulation (Zolfaghari and Roa, 2006). Standard interfaces could ...

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