Conceptualization design and production of products

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conceptualization, design, and production of products and services to reduce time-to-market and improve quality • developing educational and training technologies based on learning theory and the cognitive and linguistic sciences to enhance interactive distance learning • optimizing the use of human intelligence to complement the application and implementation of new technology • understanding the effects of new technologies on the manufacturing workforce, work environment, and the surrounding community • developing business and engineering tools that are transparent to differences in skills, education, status, language, and culture to bridge international and organizational boundaries
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ASU, 10/16/2002 22 Grand IE Challenge #1 Develop a theory and engineering tools for measuring operational performance that will permit clear-cut “system” assessment of change (improvement or degradation) in comparing one system over time, or different systems over a given time period.
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ASU, 10/16/2002 23 Grand IE Challenge #1 Today: Single-factor productivity metrics Activity based costing (depends on costs) Total Factor Productivity (coefficients?) Tomorrow: Comprehensive model Single index
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ASU, 10/16/2002 24 INPUTS OUTPUTS ONE PERFORMANCE INDEX Data Envelopment Analysis Resources Services Activities
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ASU, 10/16/2002 25 Internet-based Data Envelopment Analysis (iDEAS- W) Resource/Input Production/Output O B A System efficiency of warehouse B is the ratio OA OB Html documents Solver Database At your site GT Server Over the internet
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ASU, 10/16/2002 26 iDEAS-W Web-based self-assessment tool ~200 users Next generation tool 1Q2003
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ASU, 10/16/2002 27 Grand IE Challenge #2 Develop a theory and engineering tools for comprehensively describing flow systems, both their structural and behavioral attributes.
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ASU, 10/16/2002 28 Hardware Description Language -- VHDL code for AND-OR-INVERT gate library IEEE; use IEEE.STD_LOGIC_1164.all; entity AOI is port ( A, B, C, D: in STD_LOGIC; F : out STD_LOGIC ); end AOI; architecture V1 of AOI is begin F <= not ((A and B) or (C and D)); end V1; -- end of VHDL code
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ASU, 10/16/2002 29 Warehouse Analysis, Design & Engineering System (WADES) Receiving Shipping Order picking Carton storage and picking Inspection Bulk storage Order sort/ accumulate Decision Theory Design Environment Decision Support System User Interface Analytic Models Database Reference Model
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ASU, 10/16/2002 30 Elements of a Warehouse DL Objects Product Equipment Space Orders Instructions Activities Receiving & Shipping Put-away Replenishment Order Picking Accumulation/Sortation The challenge is to create a unified model that incorporates all the important objects and activities
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ASU, 10/16/2002 31 Grand IE Challenge #3 Develop a design theory and computational tools for engineering design of flow systems.
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ASU, 10/16/2002 32 Expert Warehouse Design Data Architecture Function Flow Network Systems Specification and Optimization Sizing and configuration Operating policy selection Functional Space Functional requirements Functional cost Profiling Major focus on client data and its analysis.
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