Decision support system for PCC assembly testing

L B Newnes, G Dickens, N Weaver

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Abstract

This paper presents a case for the use of a Decision Support System (DSS) within the electronics manufacturing industry. The aim of the system discussed is to operate as an on-line decision tool for the shop floor, focusing on printed circuit card (PCC) fault diagnostics. The focus of the research is described with respect to industrial and academic priorities, and a hybrid framework for the design of such systems is introduced. Finally, a pilot study is undertaken and a prototype decision aid using ExpertRule is validated
Original languageEnglish
Pages572-576
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1994
Event10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research - Loughborough
Duration: 1 Sep 1994 → …

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Conference10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research
CityLoughborough
Period1/09/94 → …

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Printed circuits
Decision support systems
Electronic equipment
Testing
Industry

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Newnes, L. B., Dickens, G., & Weaver, N. (1994). Decision support system for PCC assembly testing. 572-576. Paper presented at 10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Loughborough, .

Decision support system for PCC assembly testing. / Newnes, L B; Dickens, G; Weaver, N.

1994. 572-576 Paper presented at 10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Loughborough, .

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Newnes, LB, Dickens, G & Weaver, N 1994, 'Decision support system for PCC assembly testing' Paper presented at 10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Loughborough, 1/09/94, pp. 572-576.
Newnes LB, Dickens G, Weaver N. Decision support system for PCC assembly testing. 1994. Paper presented at 10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Loughborough, .
Newnes, L B ; Dickens, G ; Weaver, N. / Decision support system for PCC assembly testing. Paper presented at 10th National Conference on Manufacturing Research, Loughborough, .5 p.
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