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Issue No.02 - April (1992 vol.7)
pp: 43-47, 49-53
ABSTRACT
<p>A problem-solving architecture that addresses the entire life cycle of composite-materials fabrication from a generic-task viewpoint is presented. Prototype systems that capture the experience-based static design of fabrication plans and the progress-control knowledge of cavity tuning for the microwave curing of composites are described. The capturing of compiled process planning in the plan design phase, the routine-design system, and monitoring, global replanning, and local reactive planning of the fabrication plan are discussed.</p>
CITATION
Jon Sticklen, Ahmed Kamel, Martin Hawley, Valerie Adegbite, "Fabricating Composite Materials-A Comprehensive Problem-Solving Architecture Based on Generic Tasks", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.7, no. 2, pp. 43-47, 49-53, April 1992, doi:10.1109/64.129282
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