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Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology
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Self-reconfigurable software architecture: Design and implementation

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Title
Self-reconfigurable software architecture: Design and implementation
Author
Mun, JungtaeRyu, KwangyeolJung, Mooyoung
Keywords
Fractal manufacturing systems (FrMS); Reconfigurability; Reconfigurable agent; Software architecture
Issue Date
200609
Publisher
PERGAMON-ELSEVIER SCIENCE LTD
Citation
COMPUTERS & INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING, v.51, no.1, pp.163 - 173
Abstract
To respond quickly to the rapidly changing manufacturing environment, it is imperative for the system to have such capabilities as flexibility, adaptability, and reusability. The fractal manufacturing system (FrMS) is a new manufacturing paradigm designed to meet these requirements. To facilitate a dynamic reconfiguration of system elements (i.e., fractals), agents as well as software modules should be self-reconfigurable. Embodiment of a self-reconfigurable manufacturing system can be achieved by using self-reconfigurable software architecture. In this paper, therefore, self-reconfigurable software architecture is designed by conducting the following studies: (1) analysis of functional requirements of a fractal and environmental constraints, (2) design of reconfigurable software architecture especially for a reconfigurable agent, (3) selection of proper techniques to implement software modules, and realization of software architecture equipped with self-reconfigurability. To validate this approach, the designed architecture is applied to the FrMS.
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cie.2006.07.008
ISSN
0360-8352
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