The Technical-Economic Modelling of Competitiveness for Manufacturing Systems
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On world wide level, enterprises are confronted with an evermore accelerated dynamics and the unpredictable changes. This is influenced by the technical and scientific progress, dynamic requirements of the customers, science of management and mathematical economy . These changes enforce an aggressive competition on a global scale that assumes the request of a new settlement equilibrium between economy, technology and society. We define the competitiveness based control of the manufacturing systems as an ability to perceive the environment, to make decisions in time, as a result of the manufacturing system-market interaction, with no specific procedures. The manufacturing system environment provides on-line data on the actions undertaken which, properly analyzed and correlated, will further generate solutions in order to develop the control decision. This paper presents a method for modelling of the manufacturing systems competitiveness with application for part machining process control.
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