2 edition of Methods and computer aided systems engineering (CASE) tools. found in the catalog.
Methods and computer aided systems engineering (CASE) tools.
John A. Kirkham
1994 by University of Salford, Information Technology Institute in Salford .
Written in English
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|Contributions||University of Salford. Information Technology Institute.|
Simple passing of parameters via technologies such as shell scripting can't provide the kind of sophisticated integration that a common repository database can. The continued evolution of cost-effective, high-performance computing in conjunction with a national information superhighway infrastructure will further assist the nation's manufacturing sector in becoming more competitive in the international market-place. To be useful, modeling must also be done rapidly and accurately, using normal design parameters and information from multiple knowledge bases. This study concentrated on the materials-specific knowledge elements of a computer-aided system. Visual Basic for example was a programming workbench but was also considered a 4GL environment by many.
In this way, they can connect product design with product use, which is an absolute must for smart products. A computer-aided system has three primary elements: 1 an interface with the user, 2 a reasoning element that triggers system action, and 3 a knowledge element in the form of databases, knowledge bases, and modeling modules that provide the information and analyses to be applied. On top of that, they try to better integrate CAE in the overall product lifecycle management. Third, it is a partial theory of intelligence that expresses the fundamental concept of intelligence, the inferences that are possible, and the inferences that are made. For this reason, these environments were mostly a niche within CASE. Process optimization is an important ingredient of integrated product-process design and will be used more and more in the future as the industry fully adopts concurrent engineering to reduce manufacturing costs and converge on manufacturing solutions in a shorter time.
Computer-aided systems consisting of both heuristic and quantifiable design rules can be developed for subsets of the design knowledge base. They typically perform integration via piping or some other basic mechanism to share data and pass control. The Committee on the Application of Expert Systems to Materials Selection during Structural Design determined that the development of generic computer-aided systems is already receiving a great deal of attention within the computer science and engineering community. Prototype is considered as the initial model which is tested and is used to evaluate the final model. Inadequate training. Increased reliance on modeling techniques requires establishing confidence that the improved design solutions can be developed in a shorter time period.
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The integrated software repository was the defining feature for these kinds of tools. This "active dictionary" became the precursor to the more modern model-driven engineering capability. Increased reliance on modeling techniques requires establishing confidence that the improved design solutions can be developed in a shorter time period.
To be useful, modeling must also be done rapidly and accurately, using normal design parameters and information from multiple knowledge bases.
The ACL2 system has been successfully applied to projects of commercial interest, including microprocessor, modeling, hardware verification, microcode verification, and software verification.
Documentation Generators: Help in generating user and technical documentation as per standards. While, at the time of launch, and for several years, the IBM platform did not support networking or a centralized database as did the Convergent Technologies or Burroughs machines, the allure of IBM was strong, and Excelerator came to prominence.
The features that distinguished workbenches from environments were deep integration via a shared repository or common language and some kind of methodology integrated and process-centered environments or domain 4GL specificity.
Materials suppliers predominantly leave materials qualification programs to the user because of concerns that they will be held liable for system malfunctions caused by failures and that users will only employ Page 3 Share Cite Suggested Methods and computer aided systems engineering book Summary.
Most commercial CASE products tended to be such workbenches that seamlessly integrated two or more tools. Current hardware and software systems are often very complex and the trend is towards increased complexity.
In this report, the committee focuses on computer-aided systems that can support a design process in which design decisions are made in parallel, or concurrently, by several members of a design team.
The implementation of this vision will require 1 the development of significant demonstrations of CAMSS and disseminating the results; 2 the continued expansion of Methods and computer aided systems engineering book storage of materials information; 3 the rapid adoption and application of developing methods of computer science and technology to enhance the representation of materials design knowledge; 4 the continued development of multilevel atomistic to macroscopic materials processing and constitutive behavior models Methods and computer aided systems engineering book reliably predict performance and manufacturability at the scale of application; and 5 the implementation of Methods and computer aided systems engineering book to address inspectability, reliability, and maintainability.
State-of-the-art tutorials, providing the readership with a guidance on important research directions as observed in the current world literature on computer assisted methods in engineering and sciences.
In this book we present: A practical functional programming language closely related to Common Lisp which is used to define functions which can model computing systems and to make assertions about defined functions; A formal logic in which defined functions correspond to axioms; the logic is first-order, includes induction, and allows us to prove theorems about the functions; The computer-aided reasoning system ACL2, which includes the programming language, the logic, and mechanical support for the proof process.
To overcome this barrier, the committee recommends that 1 national team efforts of users, suppliers, materials societies, and standards organizations develop integrated material qualification programs that relate to design requirements and eventual use and 2 the resultant appropriate, independently verified data be made available in a national information infrastructure to provide a realistic, initial appraisal of the advantages of a material.
The other trend that led to the evolution of CASE tools was the rise of object-oriented methods and tools. To further increase confidence in our reasoning, we can use a computer program to check our proofs and even to automate some of their construction.
For example, user-interface driven applications that did standard atomic transactions to a relational database. Status of knowledge capture—Methods for knowledge capture are required to enhance the lessons-learned segment of CAMSS. Environments combine two or more tools or workbenches and support the complete software life-cycle.
Code Generators: Aid in the auto generation of code, including definitions, with the help of the designs, documents and diagrams. These environments attempt to not just formally specify the analysis and design objects of the software process but the actual process itself and to use that formal process to control and guide software projects.
The Committee on the Application of Expert Systems to Materials Selection during Structural design determined that the development of generic computer-aided systems is already receiving a great deal of attention within the computer science community. Technical notes: will respond to material published in the journal or closely related topics, repair a flaw in the definition and approach or stimulate further thinking, or provide additional technical details on a CAD theory, technology, methodology, product or application.
A Computer-Aided Materials Selection System CAMSS with learning capabilities would also ensure the proper archiving of materials selection decisions for future reference and accelerate the application of new materials and processing technologies by providing designers with an expanded range of possible materials and manufacturing methods for a given set of product characteristics and cost-performance criteria.
The predictive capability of CAE tools has progressed to the point where much of the design verification is now done using computer simulations diagnosis rather than physical prototype testing.
Additional material is freely available from the ACL2 home page on the Web, including solutions to the exercises, additional exercises, case studies from the companion book, research papers, and the ACL2 system with detailed documentation. Most of the various tool vendors added some support for object-oriented methods and tools.
History[ edit ] The Information System Design and Optimization System ISDOS project, started in at the University of Michiganinitiated a great deal of interest in the whole concept of using computer systems to help analysts in the very difficult process of analysing requirements and developing systems.
Because of their importance, the establishment of life-cycle databases is now required by the major Department of Defense initiative on Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistics Support. To overcome this barrier, organizations must 1 assign the responsibility for maintenance of databases to a centralized function, such as a data administrator with domain experts identified to act as curators of the knowledge base, and 2 provide long-term support for database maintenance once the program is established.
Disclosure of materials data—In general, companies protect as proprietary all databases and knowledge bases that contain materials properties and production-related data, such as 1 state-of-the-art information, projections, or forecasts; 2 manufacturing labor standards, rates, and price data; and 3 weight, performance, and cost tradeoff data and criteria.Close knitting among the geometric modeling, computer aided engineering and applications such as rapid prototyping is a special feature of this book.
Spread in two parts containing 11 chapters the book broadly covers: Background of the CAD systems. Curve, surface and solid modeling techniques Rapid prototyping technology.4/5(1).
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