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Implementing Digital Twins of Smart Factories with Interval Algebra

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Title of host publication IEEE International Conference on Industrial Technology
DateAccepted/In press - 15 Nov 2018
Number of pages8
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This paper presents an interval algebra that can be used to create an analytic description of a smart factory. Such a description (recently termed a `digital twin' of the factory) is used to evaluate alternative manufacturing configurations as part of a search-based optimisation process. Several extensions are proposed to the interval algebra for specifying smart factory production line details. A number of real-life manufacturing scenarios are described, related to Wire-cut Electrical Discharge Machining. The experimental results show the applicability and scalability of the proposed method.

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  • resource allocation, smart factory, digital twin, interval algebra

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