## ProceedingsIEEE Computer Society Press, 2003 - Artificial intelligence |

### From inside the book

Results 1-3 of 82

Page 107

It can be

dur ( O ) is the duration of task O and Ori ... that only the precedence constraints

have been used in the

It can be

**defined**as follows : h ( n ) = max ( ha ( n , R ) - eln , R . ) ) robots wheredur ( O ) is the duration of task O and Ori ... that only the precedence constraints

have been used in the

**definition**of h ( n ) for the sequential part of the algorithm .Page 111

As to ( 14 ) , each block must be performed only once . Constraints ( 15 )

the decision variables to be binary . This is a linear programming model . Thus , it

must be es

As to ( 14 ) , each block must be performed only once . Constraints ( 15 )

**define**the decision variables to be binary . This is a linear programming model . Thus , it

must be es

**defined**by ( 17 ) . . hat this solut 3 Branch - and - bound algorithm ...Page 244

Two complementary subspaces of Gap are

Designation Gap fixed odtg fired of space of all gaps ... The situation deviations

the nominal ...

Two complementary subspaces of Gap are

**defined**: Subspace VectorDesignation Gap fixed odtg fired of space of all gaps ... The situation deviations

**define**the orientation and position variations between a substitute surface andthe nominal ...

### What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

### Contents

Microassembly Microfactory | 1 |

Microassembly and Microfactory | 2 |

Scheduling | 16 |

Copyright | |

7 other sections not shown

### Other editions - View all

### Common terms and phrases

actuator algorithm allows applied approach assembly planning assembly sequences assembly system assigned Automation blocks cell complete components computation configuration connected considered constraints corresponding cost cycle defined depends described determined developed device direction disassembly effect environment equation equipment evaluation example execution Figure final flexible force France function geometric given graph grasping gripper handling holons industrial initial integrated Introduction machining manipulation manufacturing material measured mechanical method micro motion move object obtained operation optimal orientation parameters path performance piezoelectric position possible precedence presented problem Proceedings programming proposed provides References relation representation represents respectively robot scheduling selected sensor shape shown shows simulation solution space step structure surface task Task Planning tion tolerance torque transition virtual volume workstation