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The Use of Machine Learning Method in Concurrent Ecodesign of Products and Technological Processes

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Advances in Manufacturing

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The article describes a new, original approach to integrated ecodesign of products and technological processes, ensuring appropriate selection of materials and connections from the point of view of recyclability. The method was implemented in an expert system. The decision tree induction method was used as the system tool. The expert system offers a practical solution which makes it possible to change a material or connection without having to consult the product designer. It is consistent with concurrent engineering (CE) design.

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Dostatni, E., Rojek, I., Hamrol, A. (2018). The Use of Machine Learning Method in Concurrent Ecodesign of Products and Technological Processes. In: Hamrol, A., Ciszak, O., Legutko, S., Jurczyk, M. (eds) Advances in Manufacturing. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-68619-6_31

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