By CORNELIUS LEONDES
V. 1. platforms strategies and computational equipment -- v. 2. Computer-integrated production -- v. three. Operational tools in desktop aided layout -- v. four. Optimization tools for production -- v. five. The layout of producing platforms -- v. 6. production structures technique -- v. 7. synthetic intelligence and robotics in production
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Other simplifying assumptions are typically made in a single-machine problem, the most common being that the single machine processes at a constant rate and is available and fully functional at all times. This last assumption is not peculiar to single machine problems—it is an assumption made in the vast majority of scheduling problems. The single machine problem is a one-machine one-resource problem, this being a special case of one-machine problems. One-machine problems are those that deal with any production facility consisting of one processor acting independently and having a one-operation-at-a-time processing capacity.
The jϭ1 ⌺wj rj term is constant for a given set of jobs, so that a sequence that is optimal for CW is also optimal for FW . 1) jϭ1 This equivalence leads to the terms “flowtime” and “sum of completion times” being synonymous, with flowtime proving to be a more convenient term. This and further results provided by Conway, Maxwell, and Miller  can be adapted to show that a solution that is optimal for FW (and CW) is also an optimal solution for the weighted lateness LW and the weighted sum of waiting times WW objectives, where the waiting time of a job is defined as the time spent waiting for processing to commence, equal to Wj ϭ Cj Ϫ pj Ϫ rj.
In the plane-plane intersection method, the normals of the slicing plane and normal of each facet are crossed to determine a vector parallel to their intersection. Then, this vector and a point on the facet are used to find this line segment. Using the modified unflagged edge method, these computations are greatly reduced. 6 Conclusions The proposed algorithm and its implementation have shown an alternative method to extend the rapid prototyping process. By utilizing the World Wide Web and Java, a slicing algorithm has been constructed that can be available to anyone.
Computer-Aided Design, Engineering, and Manufacturing by CORNELIUS LEONDES