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Research and Application on Typical Process Knowledge Discovery in Mechanical Manufacturing Enterprise

Northwestern Polytech. Univ., Xi'an
DOI: 10.1109/WKDD.2008.67 Conference: Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining, 2008. WKDD 2008. International Workshop on
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The source and composing of process planning knowledge is analyzed based on the state of art in discrete mechanical manufacturing enterprise. On the basis of the widely application of computer aided process planning system (CAPP) in mechanical manufacturing enterprise, the concept of process planning knowledge discovery (PPKD) is proposed for product process planning database. CAPPFramework (a CAPP development platform that is developed by Northwestern Polytechnical University supported by China) is taken as a basic development platform, the technology architecture of process planning knowledge discovery is founded based on object-oriented model driven technology, and the process planning knowledge discovery script is designed. Elementary application research in typical process summarization is described in detail. The technology of PPKD has been used in mechanical manufacturing enterprise to support the automatically knowledge acquisition in CAPP system, and it shows good application effect.

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