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Ontology Model for Assembly Process Planning Knowledge

Abstract : Assembly process planning is a highly knowledge-intensive work. As collaborative design and manufacturing is getting increasingly popular especially for complex assembly products, assembly process planning knowledge model should be comprehensive, recognizable and reusable. Ontology meets the requirements as a semantic tool providing a source of shared and precisely defined terms that can be utilized to describe both knowledge and concepts. Many researchers have studied the ontology modeling for assembly process planning domain and they mainly focus on the geometry information, tolerance type and manufacture environment respectively. This paper presents an assembly process design knowledge ontology considering assembly requirement, spatial information, assembly operation and assembly resource. It has covered almost every important concept related to assembly process planning knowledge.
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Zhicheng Huang, Lihong Qiao, Nabil Anwer, Yihua Mo. Ontology Model for Assembly Process Planning Knowledge. 21st International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management 2014, Nov 2014, zhuhai, China. ⟨hal-01094273⟩

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