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TITLE 1001 Integrating Product and Process Design 1002 Customer Driven Engineering 1003 Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistic Support 1004 ULCE Can Improve Productivity 1005 Manufacturing in the 21st Century 1006 Project Management Keeps Quality Job 1 at Ford 1007 Expert System Technology Spurs Advances in Training, Maintenance 1008 Gate Assignment Expert System Reduces Delays at United's Hubs 1009 Design Team Planning for a Successful FMS 1010 The Role of Concurrent Engineering in Weapon System Acquisition 1011 Simultaneous Engineering Saves Manufacturer's Lead Time, Costs and Frustration 1012 Measuring Commitment to New Manufacturing Technology; Integrating Technological Push and Marketing Pull Concepts 1013 Computer-Aided Process Planning - CAD /CAM Interface 1014 Simulation Modeling at TRW Provides Insight on Assembly Line Operations 1015 An Integrated Simulation Approach to Design of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 1016 Engineering Tools That Really Work 1017 Toward the CIM Solution 1018 Review of Expert Systems Technology 1019 MRP II: Still a Sound Control Strategy? 1020 Computer-Aided Design: a Case Strategy in Implementing a New Technology 1021 Intergroup Conflict and Conflict Management in the R&D Divisions of Ford Aerospace Companies 1022 Valuing the Flexibility of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 1023 A Theory of Innovation Processes for Computer-Aided Manufacturing Technology 1024 Product Development Leadership will be a Major IE Role in the '90s 1025 MIL-HDBK: Department of Defense Computer-Aided Acquisition and Logistic Support (CALS) Program Implementation Guide 1026 DoD/Industry Guide to Automation of a Concurrent Engineering Process 1027 CALS, Harbinger of a Paperless Society 1028 Transport of CAE Data: a Discourse Analysis View 1029 Do's and Don'ts of Computerized Manufacturing 1030 Quality Function Development 1031 Improving Depot Repair Cycle Management: a Challenge for Supply and Maintenance 1032 Reliability Standardization Document Program Plan (RSDP) Revision 4 1033 A Guide to Preparing and Reviewing a Government/Contractor Reliability Program Plan 1034 Research In Logistics, Readiness Reliability and Quality Control 1035 Simulator for Design and Operations of Flexible Manufacturing 1036 CAM Package Lets Developers Build on Initial Design 1037 Advanced Manufacturers Tailor Approach to CIM 1038 Taking the LEAD in CIM 1039 FMS Implementation Procedure: A Case Study 1040 Take a Close Look at EMS and its Role in Today's Manufacturing Environment 1041 Making CIM Work 1042 Ramping Up to CIM 1043 How the Best Make It 1044 CAD : Limitations in Automating Design and Drafting 1045 CAD and CAM Offer Separate, Combined Benefits for Designers 1046 Open Networks 1047 Typing Islands of Automation into CIM systems 1048 CALS: A Strategy for Change 1049 Issues Concerning Technical Specification for Navy's CAD/CAM Acquisition 1050 Navy CAD/CAM Acquisition has Merit but Management Improvements Needed 1051 Research on Computer-Aided Design for Maintainability 1052 Prototype Software for Automation Generation of On-line Control Programs for Discrete Manufacturing Processes 1053 Defense Needs More Systems Engineering 1054 SAVE Program and PIP Process 1055 Design-To-Cost (DTC), a Concept in Trouble 1056 Man-Machine Integration: Its Impact on Weapon Systems Development 1057 The Experimental Literature of the Internet: An Annotated Bibliography 1058 CALS Test Network, Strategic Test Plan 1059 Beyond CAD and CAM: Design for Manufacturability 1060 The Design Philosophy at the DARPA Internet Protocols 1061 The Federal Research Internet Committee and the National Research Network 1062 Developing a Feature Based Knowledge System for CAD/CAM Integration 1063 The Development of a Microcomputer CAD/CAM and Decision Support System for the Manufacture of Aerospace Vehicles 1064 The Structure of Quality Information System in a Computer Integrated Manufacturing Environment 1065 A Survey of Diagrams in CAD Documentation 1066 Research Needs and Challenges in Application of Computer and Information Sciences for Industrial Engineering 1067 Integrating the Microcomputer in the Design of Management Information Systems 1068 Using Expert Systems - Look Before You Leap 1069 CAD/CAM Technology Use 1070 CALS Telecommunications Planning 1071 Survey of AMC Owned Computer-Aided Production Systems 1072 A Database Approach to Computer Integrated Manufacturing 1073 Straight Talk on Just-In-Time 1074 PC CAD - The Developing Technology 1075 Total Quality and the Metal Industry 1076 Systems Integration: New Technologies Simplify the Task 1077 SPC Leads to the Right Mix for Investment Casters 1078 Automated Assembly - New Game, New Rules 1079 Responsiveness: Rocketdyne's Winning Edge 1080 Benchmarking: The Search for Best Practices that Lead to Superior Performance 1081 Tools for Better Management, Part I 1082 Manufacturing Systems - Changing to Support JIT 1083 Using Statistical Process Control in Distributed Applications 1084 A Tandem Expert Support System as Justification for a Flexible Manufacturing System 1085 A Framework for Understanding Flexibility of Manufacturing System 1086 The Department of Defense Requirements for Engineering Information Systems (EIS) 1087 Machine Tools Take International Turn 1088 An Artificial Intelligence Approach to the Scheduling of Flexible Manufacturing Systems 1089 Product Manufacturability (Part I, II, III, IV) 1090 Closing the CIM Loop With CMM 1091 Productivity By Computer-aided Design 1092 Process Control-Emerging Role for CMM 1093 JIT and MRP Can Work Together 1094 CMMs Speed Repair in Aerospace 1095 DFA as a Primary Process Decreases Design Deficiencies 1096 Design and Manufacture Overlap to Advantage 1097 Marketing, Product Design and Assembly Systems 1098 The Necessary Steps 1099 Integration of R&M into the Automated Design Process 1100 Application of Concurrent Engineering to Mechanical Systems Design 1101 SPC for Quality Plastic Parts 1102 Closing The Gap Between CAD and CAM 1103 Designers Gain Insight Into The Factory 1104 Continuous Improvement and Simultaneous Engineering 1105 Total Transportation Companies: All You Need In One Bag 1106 Our Best Japanese Import 1107 "Digital Replication": Powerful Ally for CAD 1108 A User-Centered Approach To Define High-Level Requirements for Next Generation CAD Systems for Mechanical Engineering 1109 CAD Tailored for Fluid Power 1110 CAD/CAM: Managerial Challenges and Research Issues 1111 Effective Implementation of Integrated CAD/CAM: a Model 1112 Uncertainty Reduction Through Flexible Manufacturing 1113 Computer-Aided Design, Work Organization, and the Integrated 1114 Managing Change With CAD and CAD/CAM 1115 Design Work in Change: Social Conditions and Results of CAD Use in Mechanical Engineering 1116 Working With Systems Integrators 1117 Since When Is Good Engineering a Revolutionary Idea? 1118 Industrial Insights on the DoD Concurrent Engineering Program 1119 Logistics and Quality Management 1120 Problems With Data Modeling Activities, a User's Perspective 1121 CE Training and Education 1122 PPO Management 1123 A Blackboard Problem Solving Model To Support Product 1124 DICE Percept Knowledge and Concurrency 1125 An Approach To Applications Integration for Concurrent 1126 Computer-aided Concurrent Engineering (CACE) of Infrared Focal Plane Arrays (IRFPAs) : Emerging Directions and Future Prospects 1127 Next Cut: A Computational Framework for Concurrent Engineering 1128 A Coordinated, Feature-Based Rapid Design System 1129 The Role of Architecture in Computer-Assisted Design Systems 1130 The Local Concurrency Manager in Distributed Computing 1131 An Application Integration Wrapper for DICE 1132 User Interfaces for Cooperative Product Development 1133 A Shared Computational Environment for Concurrent Engineering 1134 Concurrent Engineering Environment for Electronic Circuit 1135 The Knowledge Server Module of the DICE System: Phase 2 1136 DICE Network Monitoring 1137 Electronic Design Notebook for the DARPA 1138 Autonomous Critics for Simultaneous Engineering 1139 Coordination of Requirements Management in Printed Circuit Board Design and Production 1140 ROSE: A Database System for Concurrent Engineering Applications 1141 The Computer Integrated Engineering (CIE) Environment: 1142 Problems With Data Modeling Activities 1143 Applying QFD Techniques To Aerospace Supportability 1144 Dynamic Systems-Engineering Process: The Application of Concurrent Engineering 1145 From Unitary To Distributed Objectives 1146 The Analytic Hierarchy Process: A Survey of the Method and its Application 1147 The Strategic Management of Projects 1148 Distributed Computing With Local Concurrency Manager 1149 Concurrent Engineering And Total Quality 1150 Incorporating Materials Engineering In Cooperative Product Development 1151 Deep Structure for Activity Modeling 1152 Problem Solving Architectures for Computer-Assisted Design 1153 Technology And Economic Competitiveness 1154 A Conceptual Model for Decision-Based Concurrent Engineering Design for the Life Cycle 1155 An Integrated Engineering Environment For Concurrent Engineering 1156 Concurrent Engineering of Computer Systems 1157 Parametric Finite Element Modeling Techniques in Concurrent Engineering Environments 1158 Tightly Coupling Rule-Based Process Planning with Computer-Aided Design 1159 Proper offsets of Closed Convex Curves 1160 Reliability Analysis Expert System In Concurrent Engineering Abstract 1161 Computer Aided Cost Estimation Using Improvement Curves 1162 Test Plan Assessment 1163 Design With Features At Conceptual Stage 1164 Enhancing Concurrent EngineeringOB Using Quality Function Deployment Based Tools 1165 Solution Planning for Heterogeneous Constraints in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1166 Conceptual Design: An Artificial Intelligence Approach 1167 Assemblability Consideration During Printed Circuit Board Design 1168 Working with Partially Specified Designs in Concurrent Product and Process Design 1169 An Algebraic Approach to Feature Interactions 1170 A Tutorial on Concurrent Engineering Concept, Issues and Implementation Strategies 1171 Support of PCs in Concurrent Engineering 1172 Interactive Optimum Parametric Design of Laminated Composite Flange 1173 Laminated Composite Flange Design 1174 What is Text, Really? 1175 On The Design of Laminated Composite Flange: A Model with Experimental Verification 1176 Designing a Composite Material Pressure Vessel For Manufacture: A Case Study in Concurrent Engineering 1177 An Information Framework for Cooperative Product Engineering 1178 Percept Knowledge Representation Schemes 1179 A Prototype for Milling Process Evaluation In Concurrent Engineering 1180 Tools for a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1181 Percept Languages for Knowledge Description 1182 Supporting R&M CAE in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1183 DICEtalk: An Object-Oriented Knowledge-Based Engineering Environment 1184 Development of a Quality Assurance Advisor for the Design and Manufacture of Robust Products 1185 Design Representation for Geometric Reasoning 1186 Observation of a Localized Moment in Mn-doped y-Tial Alloys 1187 Representing and Recognizing Features in Mechanical Designs 1188 The Evolution of Rose: An Engineering Object-Oriented Database Systems 1189 A Knowledge Based Approach for Manufacturability of Printed Wiring Boards 1190 Fundamental Splines From Spline Spaces 1191 An Introduction to Demonstrations of Concurrent Engineering for Structure and Electronics Domains 1192 Handling Feature Interactions in Process Planning 1193 Toward a Global Architecture for Computer Integrated 1194 A Scalable Architecture for CIM Shop Floor Control 1195 An Approach to Implementing CIM in Small and Medium Size Companies 1196 CALS Training Criteria Developed 1197 A Reference Model for Computer Integrated Manufacturing from the View Point of Industrial Automation 1198 Highly Extendable CIM Systems Based on an Integrated Platform 1199 Server Networks: A CIM Architecture Design Environment 1200 RIA: Reference Model for Industrial Automation 1201 Manufacturing System Design Methodology: Execute The Specification 1202 An Integrated CIM Architecture - a Proposal 1203 Towards a Distributed Control Architecture for CIM 1204 CIM-OSA - A Vendor Independent CIM Architecture. 1205 CIM-OSA - An Illustrative Example of How to Apply the Modeling Framework 1206 Progress Towards Standards for CIM Architectural Frameworks 1207 Design to Product and Esprit 384 Two Roads to Open CIM 1208 The Development of a CIM Architecture for the RAMP Program 1209 Implementation of the Ramp Architecture at an Established Site 1210 An Approach to Develop and Maintain Data Quality. 1211 The Reconciliation of MIS and Manufacturing for Integrated Manufacturing 1212 Distributed Knowledge Based Systems for Computer Integrated Manufacturing 1213 Uniform Dataflow Software System for Global CIM Applications 1214 A Systems Theoretic View of Computer Integrated Manufacturing 1215 Structured Development of a Generic Workstation Controller 1216 Architecture of a Facility Level CIM System 1217 A Cooperative Shop-Floor Control Model For Computer Integrated Manufacturing 1218 The Importance of Decompositions in CIM Control Architectures 1219 Developing a CIM Architecture for Educational, Research, and Technology Transfer Activities 1220 CIM Architecture: One Perspective 1221 Toward a New CIM Architecture for Sandia Laboratories 1222 The Use of Taguchi Methods to Establish a Broad Technology Database for System-Design Applications in the Defense Industry 1223 Parameter Design for a Heat Staking Process 1224 Reduce Defective Fuel Pump Starting at Cold Temperature 1225 Optimization of Design and Process Parameters for Piston Bores in Gray Iron Brake Housings Utilizing 3 L8 (3x2) Orthogonal Array Experiments 1226 Optimization of Winding Operation for Radio Frequency Chokes 1227 Reinforced Reaction Injection Molding Porosity Study 1228 Instrument Panel Process Development 1229 Determining the Best Compounding Procedure for a Vinyl Powder Blend in the Manufacture of Instrument Panels 1230 Vinyl Surface Irregularities on Instrument Panel 1231 Identification of Critical Factors in an Adhesives Application Process 1232 Extruder Output Control and Optimization for Rubber Weatherstrips Using Taguchi Design of Experiments 1233 Determining the Manufacturing Capability of a Metal Product 1234 Engineering Design Optimization: Power Hybrid Header Attach Process Using a Taguchi L18 Array 1235 Achieving Reduced Variation in 3.8L V6 Camshaft Lobe Carbide by the Use of Taguchi Designed Experiments Techniques 1236 5.OL Cylinder Head: Reduction of Dirt Type Defects 1237 Noise Reduction Study: 5.0 Liter Engine 1238 Die Cast 5.0L Throttle Body Porosity Study 1239 Changing the POBroduct to Improve a Headlamp Aim Process 1240 Development of "Rotocast Process" for Instrument Panel Skins 1241 Solution Planning for Heterogeneous Constraints in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1242 Quality Assurance Advisor for a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1243 Enhancing Concurrent Engineering Using Quality Function Deployment 1244 Concurrent RD and the Product Design Process 1245 Concurrent Design for Testability for Hierarchical Board Designs 1246 Reliability Analysis Expert System in Concurrent Engineering 1247 Computer Aids To Design for Manufacture and Assembly 1248 Tightly Coupling Rule-Based Process Planning with Computed-Aided Design 1249 Strategies for Design with Modular Kits 1250 Concurrent Design and Intelligent Control for Production of Advanced Materials 1251 A Methodology for Concurrent Product Development with a Focus on Electronic Products 1252 Deep Structure for Activity Modeling 1253 Overcoming Structural Impediments of the Most Accelerated Achievement of CALS Benefits 1254 Back to the Future 1255 SE Comes of Age in America 1256 Ahead of the Game 1257 Rave Reviews for SE 1258 Moving Testability Issues Forward in the Design Cycle 1259 The Relationship Between CALS and Concurrent Engineering 1260 Automation: Road Maps for Concurrent Engineering 1261 Implementing Concurrent Engineering 1262 Decision Support System Shapes Concurrent Design 1263 Database Management for Concurrent Engineering 1264 Human-Centered Design for Concurrent Engineering 1265 Designing for the Life Cycle 1266 Morphology for Concurrent Engineering Design 1267 Goals and Objectives of the Concurrent Engineering Task Group 1268 First Principles of Concurrent Engineering -- A Competitive Strategy for Electronic System Development 1269 Center for Computer Aided Design 1270 The Time is Now for Concurrent Engineering-Computer and Software Industry Perspective 1271 Framework Trends and Prophecies for the Nineties 1272 Tool Environments for CALS/CE 1273 Concurrent Engineering in Mechanics 1274 A System Engineering Look at CALS 1275 Integrated Product Definition at McDonnell Aircraft Company 1276 Integrated Product Development (IPD) at General Dynamics Fort Worth 1277 How to Make CALS and Concurrent Engineering Work-The Management Perspective 1278 Better Products Sooner Through CALS/Concurrent Engineering 1279 Design Histories: Archiving the Evolution of Products 1280 The Design Capture System: Capturing Back-of-the-envelope Sketches 1281 The Information Requests of Mechanical Design Engineers 1282 A Computer-Based Design History Tool 1283 A Model of the Mechanical Design Process Based on Empirical Data 1284 The Importance of Drawing in the Mechanical Design Process 1285 Managing Constraints in Integrated and Cooperative Product Development 1286 Basic Training in TQM Analysis Techniques 1287 BEST PRACTICES -- How to Avoid Surprises in the World's Most Complicated Technical Process 1288 Statistical Process Control Toolbox 1289 Getting Started in Concurrent Engineering 1290 Beyond Design Build Teams - Computer Based Concurrent Engineering 1291 Integrated Development: First Steps and Lessons Learned 1292 Management of the Product Design Process 1293 Enterprise Engineering for Concurrent Integrated Product Development and Support Environments 1294 A Procedure for the Implementation of Rapid Prototyping 1295 MONET: A Multimedia Conferencing System for Colocating People and Programs 1296 Cost as a Factor in Concurrent Engineering 1297 Concurrent Engineering Through Product Data Standards 1298 Sharing Information: a CALS/CITIS, Concurrent Engineering and PDES/STEP Synergy 1299 CERC's Expression/Impressions/Confessions of EXPRESS 1300 Concurrent Engineering Workstation for Multi-Chip Module Product Development Process 1301 Definition of an Object-Oriented Concept for a Mechanical System Data Structure to Support Concurrent Engineering 1302 Manufacturing Productivity Gains Using Exploded-View Isometric Illustrations in Shop-Floor Assembly Documents 1303 The Realities of Concurrent Engineering (CE) Deployment 1304 Formulation, Storage and Solution of Decision Support Problems in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1305 Using Frameworks as a Foundation for Integrating Tools and Data 1306 Wrappers: Integration Utilities and Services for the DICE Architecture 1307 Year 2000 Automated Technical Orders 1308 Product/Process Integration using Uncertainty Footprints 1309 Modeling the Concurrent Engineering Process 1310 Representing and Managing Constraints for Computer-Based Cooperative Product Development 1311 An Electronic Project Notebook from the Electronic Design Notebook (EDN) 1312 The National Science Foundation's Engineering Research Center: Changing the Culture of U.S. Engineering? 1313 Definition of Concurrent Engineering 1314 Monitoring Design Progress in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1315 Quality Function Deployment, a Technique of Design for Quality 1316 Quality Value Function and Consumer Quality Loss 1317 Selection of Acceptance Sampling Plans Through Knowledge Based Approach 1318 Concurrent Engineering Case Studies 1319 Transitioning CE Technology to Industry 1320 Managing Change Using STEP/EXPRESS 1321 Using Constraints for Design Decision Support 1322 Knowledge-Based Integration in Concurrent Engineering 1323 A Virtual Team Model and Its Framework 1324 Dynamic Feature Generation for Concurrent Engineering Environment 1325 Application of the Finite Element Method in Metal Forming Process Design 1326 A Practical Engineering Approach for Predicting Interlaminar Stresses in Composites 1327 Concurrent Engineering: An Introduction 1328 Design Assessment Tool 1329 Discrete Optimum Assembly Methods for Automated Workcells 1330 Graphical User Interface with Object-Oriented Knowledge- Based Engineering Environment 1331 New Activities in the Manufacturing Domain to Support the Concurrent Engineering Process 1332 Trajectory Planning for Obstacle-Avoided Assembly of Planar Printed Circuit Boards 1333 A Data Base Inconsistency Checker for EASIE 1334 Artificial Intelligence in Concurrent Engineering 1335 An Open Ended Network Architecture for Integrated Control and Manufacturing 1336 Quality Design Engineering: The Missing Link in U.S. Competitiveness 1337 Database Exchange in the CAD/CAM/CIM Arena 1338 Formation of Machine Cells: A Fuzzy Set Approach 1339 Artificial Neural Networks In Manufacturing 1340 Data Models of Mechanical Systems for Concurrent Design 1341 Knowledge-Based Evaluation of Manufacturability 1342 Knowledge-Based Graphic User Interface Management Methodology 1343 Manufacturing Knowledge Representation Using an Object Oriented Data Model 1344 Machine-Part Family Formation Using Neural Network 1345 Neural Networks in Process Diagnostics 1346 Using Artificial Neural Networks For Flexible Manufacturing System Scheduling 1347 Application Message Interface 1348 Development of a Small Turbojet Engine: A Model for Concurrent Engineering 1349 An Expert System Model for the Use in Some Aspects of Manufacturing 1350 Developing a Knowledge Based System for Progressive Die Design 1351 Extraction of Manufacturing Features from an I-DEAS Universal File 1352 Feature Based Design Assembly 1353 Feature Based Machining Analysis and Cost Estimation for the Manufacture of Complex Geometries in Concurrent Engineering 1354 Feature Recognition During Design Evolution 1355 Knowledge Automation: Unifying Learning Automation and Knowledge Base 1356 Knowledge Augmentation Via Interactive Learning in a Path Finder 1357 Model Based 3-D Curved Object Recognition Using Quadrics 1358 Using a Feature Algebra in Concurrent Engineering Design and Manufacturing 1359 Use of Part Features for Process Planning 1360 Computer Based Life Prediction Methodology for Structural Design 1361 EXSEMA - An EXpert System for SElecting Simulation Software for Manufacturing Applications 1362 Expert Control of Turning Process 1363 Expert System for Milling Process Selection 1364 Forging Die Design with Artificial Intelligence 1365 Finite-Element Model for Modal Analysis of Pretwisted Unsymmetric Blades 1366 Modeling Concurrent Manufacturing Systems Using Petri Nets 1367 Processing of Superalloys in the 1990s 1368 Production Planning and Control in the Factory of the Future 1369 Simulation Modeling in CIM Systems Design 1370 Strategic Value of Concurrent Product and Process Engineering 1371 The Design Process for Concurrent Engineering 1372 An Expert System Based Concurrent Engineering Approach to PCB Assembly 1373 Automation of Prototype General Aviation Aircraft Development 1374 Development of a Vision Assisted Optimal Part-To-Pad Placement Technique for Printed Circuit Board Assembly 1375 Dispatching Mobile Robots in Flexible Manufacturing Systems: The Issues and Problems 1376 Design of an IGES Post Processor and Integration with a Robotic Workcell 1377 Determining Organizational Readiness for Advanced Manufacturing Technology: Development of a Knowledge-Based System to Aid Implementation 1378 Group Technology Analysis for Manufacturing Data 1379 Planning and Realization of Skill Based Flexible Automation for Developing Countries 1380 Real Time Production Scheduling and Dynamic Parts Routing for Flexible Assembly Lines 1381 A Databased Time and Cost Estimation Algorithm for Piece Part Design and Manufacturing 1382 Analysis of Quality Costs: A Critical Element in CIM 1383 Computer Aided Dynamic Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates 1384 Computer Aided Quality Assurance Systems 1385 Improvement Curves in Manufacturing 1386 Integrated Models of FMS in Concurrent Engineering Environment 1387 Implementation of a Computer Aided Quality System (CAQ) in CIM Environment: Advantages and Disadvantages 1388 Integration of Rigid-Plastic Simulation Engines into Engineering Database System for Advanced Forging 1389 Implementing QFD at the Ford Motor Company 1390 Quality Consideration During DFA Analysis 1391 A Cartesian Workspace Generation for Robot Arm Workcell Obstacle Collision Avoidance 1392 Appropriate Technology Transfer Mechanisms for Concurrent Engineering - A Case Study 1393 Graph Representation of Robot Workspace for Arm Collision Avoidance Path Planning 1394 Modernization in the Mountains? The Diffusion of Industrial Technology in West Virginia Manufacturing 1395 Modern Times: Learning from State Initiatives in Industrial Extension and Technology Transfer 1396 Next-Cut: A Computational Framework for Concurrent Engineering 1397 Parametric Modeling and Analysis of Turbine Blades for Concurrent Engineering Environment 1398 Dynamic RPC for Extensibility 1399 Integrating the CE Approach of the CERC into Engineering Scenarios 1400 Converting 3-D Measurements to Useful CAD Entities 1401 The Measuring of Friction in Robots 1402 3-D Vision and Expert System Join Forces in a Solder Joint Inspection System 1403 Taguchi Methods-based Robot Metrology 1404 MARK II: A Flexible, High-Speed Automatic System for Low Volume, Small Batch Assembly 1405 Two-Dimensional Linear Motor Systems Used in Robotic Applications 1406 Demonstration of a Robotic Flexible Assembly System 1407 Automation in Disk Manufacturing 1408 Concurrent Engineering Transactions 1409 Monuments to the Robot Industry 1410 Who Framed Roger Robot 1411 How Simultaneous Engineering Does Benefit Both Customers and Vendors 1412 Computer-Integrated Manufacturing and Management at Two Sunstar Plants in Japan 1413 Industrial Modernization Incentives Program (IMIP) (Risk Sharing to Develop New Technology) 1414 Characteristics of Robot Systems for Logistics Applications 1415 Creating Smart Robots for Hospitals 1416 The Application of Robotic Technologies in Medical Laboratory Services 1417 Use of a Robotic Arm in the Rehabilitation of Stroke 1418 Users Perspective on a Robot for Vocational Rehabilitation 1419 Warrior Robots 1420 Terrain Adaptive Gaits for Walkers with Completely Overlapping Leg Workspaces 1421 Overview of an Intelligent System for Underwater Robotic Vehicles 1422 Utilizing a Paint Sensor for Process Control for Paint Stripping 1423 An In-Situ Evaluation of a Capacitive Sensor-Based Safety System for Automated Manufacturing Environments 1424 Cost Effective Sensors in Robotic Application 1425 Surface Tracking Using Force/Torque Sensor 1426 Knowledge-Directed Graphical and Natural Language Interface with a Knowledge-Based Concurrent Engineering Environment 1427 Configuration Management Systems 1428 Graphical User Interface for Collaborative Work 1429 Process and Technology Reddiness Assessment for Implementing Concurrent Engineering 1430 Bracing End Effectors for Improved Mechanical Performance 1431 Critical Design Criteria of End of Arm Tooling for Space Robot Service 1432 NASA/GSFC Split-Rail Parallel Gripper 1433 The Closed Loop Assembly Micro-Positioner (CLAMP) End Effector for High Precision Robotic Assembly 1434 Applying Robotics Technology to Quality Control Testing 1435 Optimal Feedforward Control of Robotic Manipulators 1436 A Flexible PC-Based Robot Controller 1437 Multi-Axis Robot Contouring Accuracy Analysis, Evaluation, and Control 1438 Multitasking and Distributed Control Techniques in Cell Control 1439 Heterogenous Prototypes of Embedded Software 1440 A Distributed Shared Database System for Concurrent Engineering 1441 Environments to Enable Informal Collaborative Design Processes 1442 Quality: A Framework for Corporate Knowledge Representation in an Enterprise Integration Architecture 1443 The Media Space: The Use of Video as a Design Medium 1444 Knowledge-Based System to Close Gaps in CE Decision-Making for Providing Intelligent Retrieval of Corporate Knowledge 1445 Agent-Based Concurrent Engineering 1446 A Computer Integrated Product Development Environment 1447 Design for Reliability Validation of Multi-Chip-Modules 1448 On the Interworking of Dissimilar CAx Systems 1449 The CE Toolkit: Facilities & DICE Pilot Site Results 1450 A Constraint-Based Approach to Negotiation in Concurrent Engineering 1451 A Knowledge Query & Manipulation Language for Intelligent Agent Interoperablity 1452 Intelligent Manufacturing Planning with Learning Capability in a Concurrent Engineering Environment 1453 CIM-OSA: A Road to Enterprise Integration 1454 Interorganisational & Logistics Operations: the CMSO Approach to a Generalized Architecture 1455 Validation of the CIM-OSA Information View 1456 Concurrent Engineering in European Enterprises 1457 The Effect of Improving Availability in a CE Environment 1458 Quality Design of Decision Models 1459 Product Information Management (PIM) & CALS/CE 1460 CALS - The Need to Share Data Between Several Organizations 1461 Overcoming Resistance to Concurrent Engineering 1462 Measuring the Economic Impact of Concurrent Engineering 1463 Organizational & Management Impacts of Implementing Concurrent Engineering on a Modern Logistics Program 1464 Simultaneous Engineering at Chrysler Corporation 1465 Simultaneous/Concurrent Engineering, the Systems Thinking Approach to Total Life Cycle Design 1466 Strategy to Technology Process 1467 Concurrent Engineering in Computer Manufacturing 1468 Linking the Cost of Quality & Continuous Improvement 1469 Injection Molding Process Improvement Using Taguchi Methods 1470 Virtual Team Framework and Support Technology 1471 Systems Engineering Education at Defense Systems Management College 1472 Multi-Point Slow Video Sharing System through a Computer Network 1473 Multi-Point and Multi-Platform Slow Video Sharing System Using TCP/IP and X-Window 1474 CE F-22 SPO Advanced Tactical Fighter 1475 How To Organize For Concurrent Engineering 1476 Summary of First CIRP International Workshop CE for Product Realization 1477 DICE GE Pilot Project Case Study Report 1478 CALS Expo '91 Conference Proceedings 1479 Concurrent Product Development: The Intergraph Way 1480 The Role of Concurrent Engineering in Weapon System Acquisition - An Exploratory Study 1481 Quality Function Deployment in Weapon System Applications 1482 CE for the Land Rover Discovery 1483 A Method for Organizational Alignment to Support CE 1484 Measuring The Econcomic Impcat of CE 1485 Portable Manufacturing Data 1486 Lessons Learned in the Implementation of CE 1487 Activity Management in CE: Some Perspectives from the DICE 1488 How Software Development Plays in the CE Process 1489 Models for Concurrent Engineering Design 1490 Promoting CE Through Information Sharing 1491 Improving Interpersonal Communications on Multifunctional Teams 1492 Concurrent Engineering Handbook, 2nd. Edition 1493 Getting it Together: The Concept of CE 1494 Information Integration for CE (IICE) IDEF3 Process Description Capture Method Report 1495 Information Integration for CE (IICE) IDEF4 Object-Oriented Method Report 1496 Concurrent Engineering System for Rotational Parts 1497 Internationalization of CALS 1498 First Steps to CALS Implementation 1499 Technical Data for the 21st Century 1500 CALS Shared Resource Center 1501 Building a Business Case for CITIS 1502 CITIS: The Implementation of CALS Phase 2 1503 The Content Data Model 1504 The Future of MIL-M-28001 1505 EPC CALS SGML Registry Ad Hoc Committee 1506 Rapid CALS Implementation 1507 The IWSDB and Optical Technology: What Role Does It Play? 1508 CALS and Computer Diagnostic Aids: A Partnership for Systems Support 1509 Applicability of CALS to NATO Countries 1510 Configuration Management in the Age of Electronic Data 1511 Measuring the Economic Impact of CE 1512 Joint CALS: Business Opportunity or Threat? 1513 Can SGML be User-Friendly? 1514 Now is the Time to Start Using CALS 1515 HyTime: A Standard for Strcutured Hypermedia Interchange 1516 CALS Testing: Programs, Status & Strategy 1517 EDI with Technical Data - A Full Scale Test 1518 Object Database Technology: What is it, What are its advantages, and Who is using it? 1519 The Integrated Chameleon Architecture for Data Translation 1520 The APLS '92 Conference in London 1521 CE & CALS Washington '92 Conference and Exposition 1522 CALS is FInally Starting to Grow 1523 Measuring the Business Case 1524 Acquisition Streamlining: Fine Tuning the "A" in CALS 1525 CALS at Work in Newport News Shipbuilding 1526 ATA Advanced Retrieval Technology Standards: A Solution for Interoperable IETMs 1527 Choosing the Right Standard for Data Representation 1528 Practical Experience in IGES Conformance Testing 1529 CITIS: Gateway to Defense Industrial Base Productivity 1530 Research Efforts in Integrated Product Development Trainng 1531 CALS: Enabling the New Manufacturing Paradigm 1532 Tri-Service Initiatives: Their Nature and Role in CALS 1533 CALS: The Rx for Big Business? Or a Bitter Pill to Swallow for Small Business 1534 Utilizing CALS Standards to Achieve Effective Information Management 1535 Advanced Industrial Management (AIM): Re-Engineering the U.S. Naval Shipyards 1536 The Interactive Electronic Technical Manual 1537 Applying the CALS Strategy to Software Development Standards 1538 GOSIP: Determining Who Really Delivers the Goods 1539 A Meta-based Architecture for Contractor Integrated Technical Information Services 1540 A CALS-Compliant Data Conversion and Storage Approach for Image Management Systems 1541 International CALS Conferences ('92) 1542 CADKEY ANALYSIS: A New Design Tool 1543 TEAMWORK: The Heart of Concurrent Engineering 1544 BILL OF MATERIALS - Engineer's Other Job 1545 A Framework for Concurrent Engineering 1546 Enabling Technologies for CE: A Position Statement 1547 Environments to Enable Informal Collaborative Design Processes 1548 A Unified Framework for Modeling Synchronous and Asynchronous Mulimedia Collaborations 1549 Modeling and Distributed Simulation of a Broadband-ISD Network on a Network of Workstations Configured as a Loosely-Coupled Parallel Processor 1550 Integrating Heterogeneous Information Repositories in a CE Environment 1551 A Database Integration Platform for CE 1552 Integrating Information Semantics for CE 1553 A Language and Protocol to Support Intelligent Agent Interoperability 1554 Managing Chaos: Coordinating A Virtual Team 1555 Coordination Among, and Through, Intelligent Computer Systems 1556 A Constraint-Based Approach to Networked Colocation in CE 1557 Design as a Collaborative Process 1558 Using Design History Systems for Technology Transfer 1559 Capturing Organizational Memory 1560 Corporate Memory for use in CE 1561 An Incremental Approach to Design Rationale Capture and Use with a Semi-Formal Rationale Management System 1562 Integration Technology for CE 1563 Physical Modeling and Information Processing in Concurrent Engineering 1564 PACT: An Experiment in Integrating CE Systems 1565 Capturing the Corporate Memory of a Product