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Information-Based Manufacturing Program Summary and Accomplishments

March 1, 2000
Author(s)
David C. Stieren, Mark E. Luce
This report summarizes the Information-Based Manufacturing Program of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) by providing an overview of the program and highlighting key accomplishments that have been achieved. The Information-Based

Systems Integration for Manufacturing Applications Program 1995 Annual Report

April 1, 1996
Author(s)
James E. Fowler, Mark E. Luce
Computer representations for machine tools, cutting tools, and associated hardware are used within a variety of manufacturing software applications. Currently there is no agreed-upon mechanism for representing such manufacturing resource data and as a

The NIST SIMA Interactive Management Workshop

October 1, 1995
Author(s)
Clarence Johnson, Simon P. Frechette, Mark E. Luce
The Manufacturing Systems Integration Division (MSID) hosted a workshop November 14-16, 1994, on Systems Integration for Manufacturing Applications (SIMA). The workshop was held at the Defense Systems Management College (DSMC) in Fort Belvoir, Virginia. A

Project Plan for the Rapid Response Manufacturing (RRM) Intramural Project

August 1, 1993
Author(s)
Kevin K. Jurrens, Mark E. Luce
This Project Plan documents the objectives, activities, and deliverables, and schedule for the NIST Rapid Response Manufacturing (RRM) Project. This project is sponsored as an intramural project through he NIST Advanced Technology Program (ATP) office. The

An Architecture for Manufacturing Systems Integration

January 1, 1992
Author(s)
M. K. Senehi, S Wallace, Mark E. Luce
The MIST project is developing a system architecture that incorporates an integrated production planning and control environment. The architecture is composed of an integrating infrastructure and a set of modules, one for each manufacturing function