CONCEPTUAL BASIS OF INFORMATION EXCHANGE IN CONCURRENT ENGINEERING

V.Omelyanenko
Sumy State Pedagogical University named after A.S. Makarenko / Ukraine

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Omelyanenko., V. (2017). Conceptual basis of information exchange in concurrent engineering. Technological Complexes, 14(1), 15-21. Retrieved December 12, 2017, http://t-komplex.net.ua/content/1-14-2017/002.pdf

Abstract

Concurrent engineering in the context of creation (development) of complex technological systems is designed to meet the challenges aimed at the optimal planning of resource allocation, engaged in development, design and implementation to improve results and efficient use of available resources taking into account the changing requirements for system. Based on this we analyse the process of concurrent engineering in terms of information exchange of participants in this process on the example of space industry. Based on the analysis of world experience in technique data exchange system for harmonization of the designed system was proposed.

Keywords

concurrent engineering, multi-agent system, data exchange, technology system, parameter, agent

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