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Your browser may not support display of this image.Innovative Production Machines and Systems
Fourth I*PROMS Virtual International Conference,
1-14 July, 2008
Edited by D.T. Pham, E.E. Eldukhri and A.J. Soroka, Manufacturing Engineering Centre, Cardiff University, UK
IPROMS 2008 is the fourth online, web-based conference on Innovative Production Machines and Systems organised by the EU-funded I*PROMS Network of Excellence.
It continues to build on the three previous outstandingly successful conferences, attracting over 300 authors from 30 countries across five continents. There were over 3000 registered delegates and guests from 98 countries participated, making it a truly global phenomenon.
This volume of 100 papers provides an invaluable state of the technology review and assessment, enabling readers to appreciate developments and potential in a number of exciting fields. It is a focal point for access to information from researchers and industrial practitioners in the field of intelligent systems and soft computing techniques and their application in diverse areas within manufacturing.
* Advanced Production Machines and Systems
* Collaborative and Responsive Manufacturing Systems
* Concurrent Engineering
* Digital Manufacturing
* E-manufacturing, E-business and Virtual Enterprises
* Fit Manufacturing
* Human Machine Interfaces
* Innovative Design Technologies
* Intelligent and Competitive Manufacturing
* Intelligent Automation Systems
* Intelligent Decision Support Systems
* Intelligent Optimisation Techniques
* Intelligent Planning and Scheduling Systems
* Mechatronics and MEMS
* Micro and Nano Manufacturing
* Production Automation and Control
* Production Organisation and Management
* Reconfigurable Manufacturing Systems
* Sustainable Manufacturing Systems
Readership: This volume will be of interest to all engineers and scientists, whether in academia or industry, working in the field of manufacturing, manufacturing technology including production and design, product automation and control, nanotechnology and micro-manufacture.
ISBN 978-1904445-81-4 275 × 205mm hardback illustrated c.608pp plus CD £150 March, 2009
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