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Search Publications by Evan K. Wallace

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Implementing Grain Traceability Standards: CART and Simulation

Author(s)
Frank H. Riddick, Evan K. Wallace, Scott Nieman, Joe Tevis, R. A. Ferreyra
To ensure food safety, food manufacturers need the ability to quickly identify and trace food products to all equipment and processes throughout the entire

The Industrial Ontologies Foundry Proof-of-Concept Project

Author(s)
Boonserm Kulvatunyou, Evan K. Wallace, Dimitris Kiritsis, Barry Smith, Chris Will
The current industrial revolution is said to be driven by the digitization of manu-facturing that exploits connected information across all aspects of

NIST Workshop on Ontology Evaluation (NISTIR 7774)

Author(s)
Ram D. Sriram, Conrad E. Bock, Fabian M. Neuhaus, Evan K. Wallace, Mary C. Brady, Mark Musen, Joanne Luciano
The National Institute for Standards and Technology sponsored a workshop in October, 2007, on the subject of ontology evaluation. An international group of

The AMIS Approach to Systems Integration: An Overview

Author(s)
Donald E. Libes, Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Peter O. Denno, David W. Flater, Michelle P. Steves, Evan K. Wallace, Allison Barnard Feeney
This paper is an overview of the AMIS (Automated Methods for Integrating Systems) project approach to systems integration. The objective of the AMIS project is

The Challenges of Automated Methods for Integrating Systems

Author(s)
Don E. Libes, David W. Flater, Evan K. Wallace, Michelle P. Steves, Allison Barnard Feeney, Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr.
Automated methods for integrating systems (AMIS) have been presented as a new approach to solving the dilemmas of multiple and uncoordinated standards

Concepts for Automating Systems Integration

Author(s)
Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Allison Barnard Feeney, Peter O. Denno, David W. Flater, Donald E. Libes, Michelle P. Steves, Evan K. Wallace
The problem of software systems integration getting independently developed software components to communicate in order to support a business application has

Report of the NIST MEL Architecture Task Force

Author(s)
Harry A. Scott, John Evans, Steven R. Ray, E C. Teague, James S. Albus, Herbert T. Bandy, Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Neil Christopher, M A. Donmez, Hui-Min Huang, Albert W. Jones, Elena R. Messina, Jim G. Nell, Frederick M. Proctor, Evan K. Wallace
The NIST Manufacturing Engineering Laboratory undertook a series of internal working meetings to examine all of its architecture efforts. A survey of work was

Monitoring and Controlling Operations

Author(s)
Albert W. Jones, Evan K. Wallace, Yuehwern Yih
This work is a chapter in a forthcoming Handbook of Industrial Engineering. The chapter contains five sections. In addition to a short introduction and a

NIST Response to MES Request for Information

Author(s)
Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Peter O. Denno, Shaw C. Feng, Evan K. Wallace, Albert W. Jones
This is a response from the National Institute of Standards (NIST) to OMG's Request for Information concerning the Manufacturing Execution System (MES) area

State Models for Jobs and Job Supervisors

Author(s)
David W. Flater, Edward J. Barkmeyer Jr., Evan K. Wallace
Intelligent control of discrete parts manufacturing jobs and machinery requires state models for the jobs and the controllers. Different approaches to control