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A Methodology to Synthesize Monitoring Laws by Using Quality, Security, Ecology, and Productivity Criteria

Summary: [This abstract is based on the authors' abstract.]The supervision of manufacturing systems focusing on the synthesis of monitoring laws adapted to industrial requirements is considered. The monitoring law is obtained from a reference model containing a set of supervision, control, and monitoring treatments that can be applied in failure situations for any manufacturing system. A method is proposed that refines the reference model with the progressive integration of a set of four properties essential for solving the problems caused by a failure.

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  • Topics: Process Management, Statistical Process Control (SPC)
  • Keywords: Discrete distribution,Failure analysis,Manufacturing process,Monitoring,Process control,Productivity,Security
  • Author: Mendez, Hector; Zamai, Eric; Descotes-Genon; Bernard
  • Journal: Quality Engineering