Über den Autor
Lihui Wang is a professor of virtual manufacturing at the University of Skövde's Virtual Systems Research Centre in Sweden. He was previously a senior research scientist at the Integrated Manufacturing Technologies Institute, National Research Council of Canada. He is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering at the University of Western Ontario, and a registered professional engineer in Canada. His research interests and responsibilities are in web-based and sensor-driven real-time monitoring and control, distributed machining process planning, adaptive assembly planning, collaborative design, supply chain management, as well as intelligent and adaptive manufacturing systems.Amos Ng has a PhD in Computer Sciences and Engineering from De Montfort University, United Kingdom. He received his MPhil and BEng in Manufacturing Engineering from City University of Hong Kong. He has been Associate Professor at the University of Skövde, where he was previously Senior Lecturer and Research Assistant, since 2009. He is a Chartered Engineer in the United Kingdom and a member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. His main research interest is in applying simulation-based optimisation to manufacturing systems design and analysis.Kalyanmoy Deb has a PhD in Engineering Mechanics from the University of Alabama, USA, which also awarded his MS. He received his BTech in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur. Since 1999 he has been Professor at the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India, where he was previously Associate Professor and Assistant Professor. His research interests are computational optimization, evolutionary computation, multi-criterion optimization and decision analysis, applied optimal design, design and control of intelligent systems, modeling and simulation.
1. Multi-objective Optimisation Using Evolutionary Algorithms: An Introduction.- 2. Multi-objective Optimisation in Manufacturing Supply-chain Systems.- 3. State-of-the-Art Multi-objective Optimisation of Manufacturing Processes Based on Thermo-mechanical Simulations.- 4. Many-objective Evolutionary Optimisation and Visual Analytics for Product Family Design.- 5. Product Portfolio Selection of Designs Through an Analysis of Lower-dimensional Manifolds and Identification of Common Properties.- 6. Multi-objective Optimisation of a Family of Industrial Robots.- 7. Multi-objective Optimisation and Multi-criteria Decision.- 8. A Setup Planning Approach Considering Tolerance Cost Factors.- 9. Preference Vector Ant Colony System for Minimising Make-span and Energy Consumption in a Hybrid Flow Shop.- 10. Intelligent Optimisation for Integrated Process Planning and Scheduling.- 11. Distributed Real-time Scheduling by Using Multi-agent Reinforcement Learning.- 12. A Multiple Ant Colony Optimisation Approach for a Multi-objective Manufacturing Rescheduling Problem.- 13. Reconfigurable Facility Layout Design for Job-shop Assembly Operations.- 14. A Simulation Optimisation Framework for Container Terminal Layout Design.- 15. Simulation-based Innovisation Using Data Mining for Production Systems Analysis.- 16. Multi-objective Production Systems Optimisation with Investment and Running Cost.- 17. Supply Chain Design Using Simulation-based NSGA-II Approach.
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