The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry

L B Newnes, J K Chambers

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Abstract

This paper presents a methodology for identifying whether the use of a Decision Support System (DSS), as an aid in fault diagnostics at the shop floor level is applicable for a company. The aim of this methodology is to ascertain any trends in the use of DSSs within electronic assembly, and use the findings to aid companies in their decision making process. A pilot study has been undertaken, with information being gathered via the use of questionnaires, telephone interviews and company visits. The findings are reported and a methodology for DSS selection is introduced
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - Sep 1995
EventInternational Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering - London
Duration: 1 Sep 1995 → …

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering
CityLondon
Period1/09/95 → …

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Diagnostics
Industry
Decision support systems
Methodology
Fault
Questionnaire
Decision-making process
Telephone
Shopfloor

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Newnes, L. B., & Chambers, J. K. (1995). The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry. Paper presented at International Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering, London, .

The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry. / Newnes, L B; Chambers, J K.

1995. Paper presented at International Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering, London, .

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Newnes, LB & Chambers, JK 1995, 'The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry' Paper presented at International Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering, London, 1/09/95, .
Newnes LB, Chambers JK. The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry. 1995. Paper presented at International Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering, London, .
Newnes, L B ; Chambers, J K. / The applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within the electronics assembly industry. Paper presented at International Conference on Computer Aided Production Engineering, London, .
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