The GRAI-GIM reference model, architecture and methodology
The GRAI models [1–3] give a generic description of a manufacturing system while focusing on the details of the control part of this system. The control of a manufacturing system will be presented first from a global point of view and afterwards at the level of the decision center.
KeywordsPhysical System Abstraction Level Functional Decomposition Operational Synchronization Oriented Design
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