The efficiency of enterprise operation is seriously constrained by the inability to provide the right information, in the right place, at the righttime. It is still difficult to access information used or produced by different applications, due to the hardware and software incompatibilities of manufacturing and information processing equipment. It is the aim of the ESPRIT project AMICE (European Computer Integrated Manufacturing Architecture) to make the enterprise knowledge base available enterprise-wide. This book reports work carried out in the framework of the ESPRIT project AMICE on CIMOSA (Open System Architecture for Computer Integrated Manufacturing). CIMOSA provides a new approach for enterprise modelling. It is based on a reference architecture for common and consistent enterprise description, a system lifecycle definition focusing on model maintenance and update rather than model creation, and an integrating infrastructure for model engineering and execution that enables enterprise operation control and monitoring in heterogeneous environments. This second edition significantly extends thespecification of CIMOSA in several ways. Constructs for modelling resources and organizational aspects and an extended frameworkfor the integrating infrastructure are presented. A user guide is given for requirements modelling. Case-study examples are used to demonstrate templates for CIMOSA modelling constructs. Finally several AMICE technical reports address specific subjects.
1: Management Overview.- 2: CIMOSA Technical Description.- 3: User Guide on Requirements Definition Model.- I Enterprise Integration.- II CIMOSA - FBS Modelling Paradigm - Formal Representation.- III CIMOSA Implementation Description Language.- Table of Figures.- 1: Management Overview.- 2: CIMOSA Technical Description.- 3: User Guide on Requirements Definition Model.- 4: Technical Reports.- Table of Templates.- 3: User Guide on Requirements Definition Model.
Series: Lecture Notes in Physics
Number Of Pages: 234
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6
Weight (kg): 0.35
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised