Achieving holonic control - an incremental approach

@article{Jarvis2003AchievingHC,
  title={Achieving holonic control - an incremental approach},
  author={Jacquie Jarvis and Dennis Jarvis and Duncan C. McFarlane},
  journal={Computers in Industry},
  year={2003},
  volume={51},
  pages={211-223}
}
Holonic manufacturing is a concept of considerable promise as it can provide the flexibility and responsiveness required by virtual enterprises. However, if this promise is to be realised, two key issues need to be addressed. First, migration strategies must be developed to enable existing manufacturing systems using conventional controller technology to progressively incorporate holonic manufacturing concepts. Second, holonic manufacturing principles must be applied and integrated at all… CONTINUE READING
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