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Issue No.01 - February (1990 vol.5)
pp: 65-73
ABSTRACT
<p>One of the steps in preparing newspaper presses for a new printing run is composing a lineup. A newspaper lineup arranges the printing run's many image plates among the numerous press locations where images are transferred to paper; this is both a configuration problem and a combinatorial problem. Since lineup design relies heavily on expert heuristics, a knowledge-based approach is well suited for developing a system that configures a press quickly. The authors discuss the press lineup problem, describe printing presses and operational modes, and examine the knowledge-representation and problem-solving methods that were used in designing their system. They also address system functions, performance, and their efforts to develop a generic system that most newspaper publishers can use.</p>
CITATION
M.S. Lan, R.M. Panos, "Printing Press Configuration: A Knowledge-Based Approach", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.5, no. 1, pp. 65-73, February 1990, doi:10.1109/64.50858
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