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Some elements regarding the relevance of using a fuzzy performance measurement framework for industrial visual management.

Abstract : his study focuses on some fuzzy proposals for expressing industrial performance under symbolic signs that can be,on the one hand, easily understood by human operators as well by robots and,that can, on the other hand, identify the result of the handling of the industrial data that may characterise the way of manufacturing 4.0. After a state of the art that briefly describes the works that have been proposed in the literature in the industrial performance measurement field, we present the major ideas of the formal fuzzy framework that we have progressively defined over the last twenty years. In particular, by handling both numerical and linguistic terms is shown via the Zadeh “ precisiation” concept, temporal performances are described, on the basis of the qualification of temporal trajectories performances. Lastly, symbolic fuzzification of conventional performance measurements ispresented, leading to the translation of the obtained results to emoticons and other symbols that is typic al of the currently practiced visual management. Some concluding remarks are proposed, highlighting the potential use of the presented development to the context 4.0
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Lamia Berrah, Laurent Foulloy, Vincent Clivillé. Some elements regarding the relevance of using a fuzzy performance measurement framework for industrial visual management.. 7th IESM Conference, October 11 - 13, 201 7, Université de Saarbrücken Allemagne, Oct 2017, Saarbrücken, Germany. pp.93-98. ⟨hal-01737750⟩

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