Reuse Machining Knowledge for Generating Process Plans of Axisymmetric Parts Based on Case-Based Reasoning
The basic idea of case-based reasoning (CBR) is to retrieve and modify the most relevant prior case to match new requirements. In this paper, a framework for a process planning system for machining of axisymmetric parts using case-based reasoning is introduced. It is composed of four major components: retriever, modifier, simulator, and repairer. when a desired axisymmetric part is to be machined, the proposed system first retrieves the most relevant case from the case library as a plan candidate. Since the plan candidate is rarely the same as the desired one, the system performs modification, simulation, and reparation on it. The proposed system has been implemented on a Sun workstation using the ACIS geometric modeler and C++.
H. Chang et al., "Reuse Machining Knowledge for Generating Process Plans of Axisymmetric Parts Based on Case-Based Reasoning," Applied Artificial Intelligence, Taylor & Francis, Mar 2000.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1080/088395100117070
Keywords and Phrases
Axisymmetric Parts; Process Planning System; Case-based reasoning
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01 Mar 2000