IEEE Conference on Automation Science and Engineering, CASE 2009, Bangalore, India, 22-25 August, 2011.
IEEE 2009, ISBN 978-1-4244-4578-3
, Vijay Kumar
: Abstractions and algorithms for assembly tasks with large numbers of robots and parts.
: Extended abstract - bringing science to the art of workforce management in service industries.
, Jayanta Chatterjee
: Services innovation - digital ecosystem approach to dissemination and co-creation of knowledge for Indian Agriculture Extension Services.
: Empirical studies of workflow automation in physician offices in the United States.
Steven R. Ray
: Healthcare interoperability - lessons learned from the manufacturing standards sector.
: Improved wavelet-based microscope autofocusing for blood smears by using segmentation.
, Fei Qiao
, Qidi Wu
: ACO-based scheduling of parallel batch processing machines to minimize the total weighted tardiness.
: Development of an airline traffic forecasting model on international sectors.
, Yun-Pei Lu
: A Bayesian Ranking Scheme for supporting cost-effective yield diagnosis services.
: Sustaining manufacturing assets through smarter utilization of information and communication technologies.
, Leyuan Shi
: A new heuristic method for capacitated multi-level lot sizing problem with backlogging.
, Jens Zimmermann
: Providing production planning and control functionality by web services: State of the art and experiences with prototypes.
, Amarnath Banerjee
: A modular petri net based architecture to model manufacturing systems exhibiting resource and timing uncertainties.
James R. Morrison
: Regular flow line models for semiconductor cluster tools: A case of lot dependent process times.
Y. Y. Huang
, K. H. Low
: A multi-disciplinary approach for effective hand rehabilitation with clinical-based assessment outcomes.