This volume presents the proceedings of the first working conference of IFIP Working Group 7.6 with the working title Optimization-Based Computer Aided Modelling and Design. The conference took place in The Hague, The Netherlands in April 1991. The papers in the volume reflect the current state of research in areas related to the field of knowledge based decision support systems (KB)DSS, contribute to the dissemination and exchange of information on research topics, and describe practical experience related to designing, building, implementing and using (KB)DSS.
A decision support system to determine bankhall concepts.- Constraint logic programming as a modeling tool.- A decision support system for packaging lines in food industry.- Optimization-based decision support system for turbine power units modelling and design.- Search based planning for decision support.- User-oriented optimization system Op ti A for the solution of mathematical programming problems.- Probabilistic analysis of algorithms for stuck-at test generation in PLAs.- "Decision support on logistic networks" - needs and developments -.- Towards better understanding of the model concept in the context of information systems development.- GLOBAL-DETECTOR: Knowledge-based analysis and diagnosis of economical performance on dairy farms.- An optimisation model for setting pressure controllers to minimise leakage in pipe networks.- Optimal decisionmaking or optimal trouble-shooting?.- SLP-IOR: A model management system for stochastic linear programming - system design -.- Optimization problems of gnostics.- A distributed knowledge-based system for implementation of manufacturing-programs on the shop floor.- A discrete-event process analysis and modelling.- Heuristic reasoning with the interactive mathematical programming system emp.- Modelling systems with exspect.- Experiences in decision support systems.- The use of adaptivity and simulation in planning support systems.- Scheduling with time windows and solution set restriction.
Series: Lecture Notes in Control and Information Sciences
Number Of Pages: 273
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin and Heidelberg Gmbh & Co. Kg
Country of Publication: DE
Dimensions (cm): 24.41 x 16.99
Weight (kg): 0.45