A team-based holonic approach to robotic assembly cell control

@article{Jarvis2006ATH,
  title={A team-based holonic approach to robotic assembly cell control},
  author={Jacquie Jarvis and Ralph R{\"o}nnquist and Duncan C. McFarlane and Lakhmi C. Jain},
  journal={J. Network and Computer Applications},
  year={2006},
  volume={29},
  pages={160-176}
}
Holonic systems are systems that are modelled in terms of components (holons) that have their own unique identity but are part of a larger whole. This larger whole is known as a holarchy. The manufacturing community has recognised the potential benefits of the holonic approach and it has attracted much interest over the past decade. This paper describes elements of a reference model for holonic manufacturing systems in which holons are characterised by the services that they provide and the… CONTINUE READING

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