AdvisorRozenblit, Jerzy W.
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PublisherThe University of Arizona.
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AbstractOne of the aspects of Computer Integrated Manufacturing is the ability to provide current work instructions to the operator at their workstation on a terminal or graphic monitor. The problem is, today, paperless planning is displayed to the operator one page at a time, making the operator report the completion or not completion of that task before showing the next page. This allows the operator no freedom of choice in how to do the job, which leads to reduced productivity and quality. A possible solution is presented by structuring the planning instructions and enhancing the workstation. The operator can be allowed to do the work the way he or she feels the most comfortable and yet, ensure the work is done according to design requirements.
Degree ProgramGraduate College
Electrical and Computer Engineering