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Book Article: BibTeX citation key:  Lorenzen2006
L.-E. Lorenzen, P.-O. Woelk, B. Denkena, T. Scholz, I. J. Timm and O. Herzog, "Integrated Process Planning and Production Control" in Multiagent Engineering - Theory and Applications in Enterprises, S. Kirn, O. Herzog, P. Lockemann and O. Spaniol, Eds. Berlin: Springer, 2006, pp. 91–113.
Last edited by: Jan D. Gehrke 2008-05-23 10:48:34
Categories: AG-KI, Contributions to collections-reviewed, FoLo (SFB 637), IS
Keywords: Agents, Logistics
Creators: Denkena, Herzog, Kirn, Lockemann, Lorenzen, Scholz, Spaniol, Timm, Woelk
Publisher: Springer (Berlin)
Collection: Multiagent Engineering - Theory and Applications in Enterprises

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This chapter deals with the application of intelligent software agents to improve information logistics in the area of process planning and production control. Therefore, enterprises will be able to fulfil the requirement of flexible, reliable and fault-tolerant manufacturing. Fulfilment of these requirements is a prerequisite for successful participation in modern business alliances like supply chains, temporal logistics networks and virtual enterprises. Thus, agent-based improvements of information logistics enable enterprises to face the challenges of competition successfully. Conducted research activities focused on the development of agent-based systems for integrated process planning and production control. They led to the "IntaPS" approach which is presented in this chapter.
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