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Search Publications by Albert T. Jones

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Categorical Models for Process Planning

Author(s)
Spencer J. Breiner, Eswaran Subrahmanian, Albert W. Jones
Process plans provide a structure for 1) identifying the tasks involved in a given process, 2) the resources needed to accomplish them, and 3) a variety of

Additive Manufacturing: A Trans-disciplinary Experience

Author(s)
Paul W. Witherell, Albert W. Jones, Yan Lu
Traditional manufacturing has long permitted disciplines to operate in isolation: with designers, material suppliers, and manufactures often able to function

OAGi/NIST Workshop on Open Cloud Architecture for Smart Manufacturing

Author(s)
Nenad Ivezic, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Yan Lu, Yunsu Lee, Jaehun Lee, Albert W. Jones, Simon P. Frechette
This report summarizes the results from the OAGi/NIST Workshop on Open Cloud Architecture for Smart Manufacturing, which was held at the National Institute of

Research Roadmap for Smart Fire Fighting

Author(s)
Anthony P. Hamins, casey grant, Nelson P. Bryner, Albert W. Jones, Galen H. Koepke
In 2013, fire departments in the United States responded to more than 480,000 structure fires. These fires resulted in approximately 2850 civilian fatalities

Smart Firefighting Workshop Summary Report

Author(s)
Anthony P. Hamins, Nelson P. Bryner, Albert W. Jones, Galen H. Koepke, casey grant, Anand Raghunathan
This report summarizes the results of the Smart Firefighting Workshop held March 24 and 25, 2014, in Arlington, Virginia and sponsored by the National Institute

A Semantic Framework for Systems Engineering Standards

Author(s)
Allison Barnard Feeney, David M. Price, Albert W. Jones
Systems engineers and asset managers create and maintain models of components and systems associated with long-lived, engineering assets. Component models come

Modeling and Monitoring of Construction Supply Chains

Author(s)
Jack C. Cheng, Kincho H. Law, Hans Bjornsson, Albert W. Jones, Ram D. Sriram
The planning and management of supply chains require properly specifying the participating members and the relationships among them. Construction supply chains

NETWORK-CENTRIC PRODUCT REALIZATION AND THE ROLE OF STANDARDS

Author(s)
Ram D. Sriram, Albert W. Jones, Mahesh Mani, Sudarsan Rachuri, Eswaran Subrahmanian
The early part of this millennium has witnessed the emergence of an Internet-based engineering marketplace. Here, engineers, designers, and manufacturers from

Relating Taxonomies with Regulations

Author(s)
Chin P. Cheng, Jiayi Pan, Gloria T. Lau, Kincho H. Law, Albert W. Jones
Increasingly, taxonomies are being developed for a wide variety of industrial domains and specific applications within those domains. These taxonomies attempt

A Multi-Criteria Web Services Composition Problem

Author(s)
Jeong Buhwan, Hyunbo Cho, Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Albert W. Jones
With its prevalence in enterprise applications integration, the service-oriented approach has been studied in various ways. The popularity, however, results in

A Probabilistic Framework for Semantic Similarity and Ontology Mapping

Author(s)
Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Nenad Ivezic, Albert W. Jones, Yun Peng, Zhongli Ding, Rong Pan, Yang Yu, Hyunbo Cho
We propose a probabilistic framework to address uncertainty in ontology-based semantic integration and interopera-tion. This framework consists of three main

A Validation Architecture for Advanced Interoperability Provisioning

Author(s)
Nenad Ivezic, Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Albert W. Jones, Pat Snack, Zuran Marjanovic, Hyunbo Cho
We describe an architecture to validate new tools in support of interoperability provisioning processes that take place within industrial communities. We start