Mine Management Support System. a Knowledge-Based System for Better Management of Underground Coal Mines
Productivity achievements in underground coal mining over the past ten years highlight the improvement of management practices as well as the adoption of new technology. Research findings and results from operational studies characterize the aspects of good management that translate into high productivity. In concert with these findings, the Mine Management Support System (MMSS) is being developed, under co-sponsorship of the U.S. Bureau of Mines and the West Virginia University Energy and Water Research Center, as a knowledge-based system to enhance more efficient management of underground coal mines. Concentrating on capturing the intricate knowledge needed to manage a mine effectively, MMSS will encompass information and rules on work scheduling, desired work practices, regulations impinging on operations and planning, responses to operating problems, and the labor-management work agreement.
R. L. Grayson et al., "Mine Management Support System. a Knowledge-Based System for Better Management of Underground Coal Mines," Preprint - Society of Mining Engineers of AIME, Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration Inc. (SME), Jan 1990.
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