Production theory 3

Wilhelm Dangelmaier, Production Theory 3, Springer-Verlag, 2017.

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In the multi-volume work on "Theory of Production", the production models and processes born today from practice are to be derived for the first time on a mathematically justified basis and thus also given the production economy a scientific basis. A constructivist point of view is to be set aside for “we just organized our company that way and it has proven itself”, and so the many descriptive “factory management teachings” are to be replaced. Volume 3 deals with production processes in time. Ordinal and cardinal amounts of time lead to the system-theoretical definition of a process at the point of production and the possible understandings of processes and states. A main point here is the derivation of the common thinking in series production in terms of performance figures. Starting from the basic form of a time-based production, efficient dynamic events and processes are prepared. This creates the basis for the representation of the state of a general time system and the use of sequential machines. Time-invariant time systems and stochastic productions are the basis of robust production. The point of production and the time system find an ideal symbiosis in the use of finite automatons: A finite number of states together with a limited amount of inputs leads to state-driven production - one of the essential prerequisites for the realization of Industry 4.0. This creates the basis for the representation of the state of a general time system and the use of sequential machines. Time-invariant time systems and stochastic productions are the basis of robust production. The point of production and the time system find an ideal symbiosis in the use of finite automatons: A finite number of states together with a limited amount of inputs leads to state-driven production - one of the essential prerequisites for the realization of Industry 4.0. This creates the basis for the representation of the state of a general time system and the use of sequential machines. Time-invariant time systems and stochastic productions are the basis of robust production. The point of production and the time system find an ideal symbiosis in the use of finite automata: A finite number of states together with a limited number of inputs leads to state-driven production - one of the essential prerequisites for the realization of Industry 4.0.
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Dangelmaier Wilhelm. Production Theory 3. Springer-Verlag; 2017.
Dangelmaier, Wilhelm. (2017). Production theory 3. Springer-Verlag.
@book{Dangelmaier_2017, title={Production theory 3}, publisher={Springer-Verlag}, author={Dangelmaier, Wilhelm}, year={2017} }
Dangelmaier, Wilhelm. Production Theory 3. Springer-Verlag, 2017.
Wilhelm Dangelmaier, Production theory 3. Springer-Verlag, 2017.
Dangelmaier, Wilhelm. Production Theory 3. Springer-Verlag, 2017.

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