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The Resource Design for the unexpected : from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society, Paul Valckenaers, Hendrik Van Brussel

Design for the unexpected : from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society, Paul Valckenaers, Hendrik Van Brussel

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Design for the unexpected : from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society
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Design for the unexpected
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from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society
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Paul Valckenaers, Hendrik Van Brussel
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Design for the unexpected : from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society, Paul Valckenaers, Hendrik Van Brussel
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Design for the unexpected : from holonic manufacturing systems towards a humane mechatronics society, Paul Valckenaers, Hendrik Van Brussel
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  • Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; About the Authors; Paul Valckenaers ; endrik Van Brussel ; Preface; Introduction; Once Upon a Time ; Design for the unexpected ; Predicting the unexpected ; Information infrastructure and suitable application domains ; Toward a humane and respectful mechatronic society ; Chapter one -- Setting the Stage; A sample scenario ; Mirror the world-of-interest (WOI) ; Move as much as possible into this WOI mirror image ; Minimize inertia of design choices ; A sample scenario (continued) ; Abbreviations; Chapter two -- On the Design of Complex Systems
  • On simple, complicated, complex, and complex-adaptive systems On the design of complex-adaptive systems ; Top-down functional design and development ; Object-oriented design and development ; Collective decision making and architecture-centric design ; Summary and remarks ; Abbreviations; References; Chapter three -- Design for the Unexpected; Problems and solutions ; Problems; Remark 1; Remark 2; Solutions; Emergent solutions and integration problems ; Design principles -- design for the unexpected ; P1. Problem solvers must avoid introducing potentially harmful constraints
  • P2. Problem solvers must avoid/reduce the inertia build-up for potentially harmful constraints Conclusion and remarks ; Abbreviations; Reference; Chapter four -- Laws of the Artificial; On the meaning of the word law ; Axioms ; Law 1: Holonic systems -- flexible hierarchies ; Law 2: Autocatalytic sets -- critical user mass ; Lock-in ; Law 3: Steering without centralization ; Law 4: Collective imagination and proactiveness ; Conclusion and remarks ; Abbreviation; References; Chapter five -- Holonic Manufacturing Systems; Holonic systems ; Centralized Control; Hierarchical Control
  • Heterarchical ControlHolonic Manufacturing Systems; Holon; Autonomy; Cooperation; Holarchy; The PROSA reference architecture ; Resource Holon; Product Holon; Order Holon; Staff Holon; Interactions Between the Holons; Concluding Remarks; Bio-inspired coordination and control in holonic execution systems ; Delegate Multiagent System (DMAS); Feasibility Ants; Exploring Ants; Intention Ants; Short-term Forecasting -- Predicting the Unexpected; Socially acceptable behaviors for DMAS ; How Order Holons Change Their Intention; Mechanism to Dampen Intention Switching in Order Holons
  • Switching Intentions in Case of Major DisturbancesConcluding Remarks; Cooperation of HMES with planning systems ; Schedule Execution; Experimental Verification; Manufacturing Example; Logistics Example; Concluding remarks ; Abbreviations; References; Chapter six -- The ARTI Reference Architecture -- PROSA Revisited; Integrated with reality in the D4U preferred manner ; Software/system development ; Use Cases -- User Requirements; Problem Domain Model -- The World of Interest; Incremental Development; In Silico Ramp-Up; The ARTI reference architecture; Structure of an ARTI System
  • ARTI -- Basic Components
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