Quality Estimates in Hierarchical Large-scale Man-machine Flexible Manufacturing Systems
Large-scale man-machine machine flexible manufacturing system (FMS) are characterized nowadays by increasing both the systems’ complexity and the number of their hierarchical levels as well as by various random disturbances which affect the systems’ realization. Man-machine FMS are usually managed by decision-makers on different hierarchical levels. Decision-making is usually carried out on the basis of periodical systems’ inspection in control points and is also characterized by a variety of optimization problems which are solved at control points in order to determine control actions to speed up the system’s progress and to increase the system’s reliability value.
||Internal Control Action, External Control Action, On-line Control, Internal Ability Level, External Ability Level, Regulation Models
The International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 6, Issue 3, pp.217-224.
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Lecturer and Head of the Financial Branch, Department of Economics and Business Administration, Faculty of Social Science, Ariel University Center of Samaria, Ariel, Israel
Dr. Doron Greenberg earned his doctoral degree in Economics from The University of Houston in 1992; his MBA specialized in Operation Management from the Recanati School of Management in Tel Aviv (1985); and his B.Sc. in Industrial Engineering from the Technion in Haifa (1980). He serves as the Head of the financial branch of the Department of Economics and Business Administration in the Ariel University Center (AUC). In 2008 he was appointed to be the 1st director of the 1st college chapter of Global Association of Risk Professionals (GARP) in Israel which is affiliated with AUC. Dr. Doron Greenberg published more than dozen articles in various scientific source including: The Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics, Communications in Dependability and Quality Management-An International Journal, Technological and Economic Development of Economy, Risk Management, Computer Modelling and New Technologies, Communications in Dependability and Quality Management.
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