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CCE, an integration platform for distributed manufacturing applications : a survey for advanced computing technologies

Author: ESPRIT Consortium CCE-CNMA.
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Springer, 1995.
Series: Research reports ESPRIT., Project 7096,, CCE-CNMA ;, v. 1.
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This book describes CCE, the CIME Computing Environment (for Computer Integrated Manufacturing and Engineering), a software platform for the development and execution of distributed manufacturing applications in an open environment. It is one of the rare books covering such a broad spectrum of advanced computing technologies, without giving too many details. The reader will gain an insight into all the issues  Read more...
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CCE, an integration platform for distributed manufacturing applications
(DLC) 96105171
(OCoLC)34245328
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: ESPRIT Consortium CCE-CNMA.
ISBN: 9783642796371 3642796370
OCLC Number: 883383344
Description: 1 online resource (xii, 207 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: 1 Introduction.- 1.1 Origin of the project.- 1.2 History and evolution of the project.- 1.3. Who should read this book.- 1.4. Organisation of this book.- 1.5. How to read this book.- 1.6. Acknowledgements.- 2 The Problem of Integration in Manufacturing Applications.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 Automation, communication and integration.- 2.3 Problems integrating applications in manufacturing.- 2.3.1 Example 1: a production management system.- 2.3.2 Example 2: a material handling application.- 2.3.3 Summary of the problems.- 2.4 Partial solutions to the integration problem.- 2.4.1 Breaking the problem into subproblems: CIM reference models.- 2.4.2 A solution to heterogeneity: standardisation.- 2.4.3 Limits of standardisation.- 2.4.4 Making applications modular and reusable.- 2.5 The notion of application integration infrastructure.- 2.6 The CIMOSA approach to integration.- 2.6.1 The CIMOSA modelling approach.- 2.6.2 The three levels of integration in CIMOSA.- 2.6.3 The CIMOSA Integration Infrastructure.- 2.7 Requirements for an information integration infrastructure.- 2.7.1 Introduction.- 2.7.2 Two main classes of manufacturing applications.- 2.7.3 Requirements for the Integration Infrastructure.- 2.8 Summary.- 3 Architecture Overview.- 3.1 The CIME Computing Environment (CCE).- 3.2. The CCE-CNMA architecture.- 3.3 The components of the CCE-CNMA architecture.- 3.3.1 Communication services.- 3.3.2 Distribution services.- 3.3.3 Application services.- 3.3.4 Tools.- 3.3.5 Administration.- 3.4 The CNMA communication architecture.- 3.5 Summary.- 4 Communication Services.- 4.1 Transport services.- 4.1.1 Some basics.- 4.1.2 Transport protocol families.- 4.1.2.1 The Internet family.- 4.1.2.2 The OSI family.- 4.1.2.3 The NetBIOS family.- 4.1.2.4 The SNA family.- 4.1.3 Brief comparison.- 4.1.4 Transport programming interfaces.- 4.2 Transmission media.- 4.2.1 Some basics.- 4.2.2 LAN transmission media.- 4.2.2.1 Twisted-pair.- 4.2.2.2 Coaxial cable.- 4.2.2.3 Optical fibres.- 4.2.3 Selection of a transmission medium.- 4.3 LAN access methods.- 4.3.1 Random access: Ethernet, CSMA/CD.- 4.3.2 Token access: token bus, token ring.- 4.3.3 FDDI technology.- 4.3.4 Switched LANs.- 4.3.5 Fast Ethernet/Token Ring.- 4.3.6 Full duplex LANs.- 4.3.7 SONET/SDH.- 4.3.8 ATM technology.- 4.3.9 Selection of a LAN access method.- 4.4 LAN interconnection.- 4.4.1 Repeaters.- 4.4.2 Bridges.- 4.4.3 Routers.- 4.4.4 Gateways.- 4.5. Summary.- 5. Distribution Services.- 5.1. The client/server model.- 5.2. The producer/consumer model.- 5.3. OSI layers 5 to 7.- 5.4. Distributed computing: DCE and DDE.- 5.4.1. Introduction.- 5.4.2. OSF's distributed computing environment (DCE).- 5.4.2.1. DCE client/server architecture.- 5.4.3. Microsoft's dynamic data exchange (DDE).- 5.4.3.1. DDE Cold link.- 5.4.3.2. DDE Hot link.- 5.4.3.3. DDE Warm link.- 5.5. Object oriented technology: CORBA and OLE.- 5.5.1. Introduction.- 5.5.2. What is an object?.- 5.5.3. Object-oriented programming languages.- 5.5.4. Object-oriented system enablers.- 5.5.5. Common Object Request Broker Architecture (CORBA).- 5.5.5.1. The OMG Object Model.- 5.5.5.2. The Interface Definition Language (IDL).- 5.5.5.3. The ORB Architecture.- 5.5.6. Object Linking and Embedding (OLE).- 5.5.6.1. Introduction.- 5.5.6.2. The OLE 2.0 Component Object Model (COM).- 5.5.6.3 Distributed OLE.- 5.6. Summary.- 6. Application Services.- 6.1. File access services.- 6.1.1. Overview.- 6.1.2. FTAM information model.- 6.1.3. FTAM functional model.- 6.1.4. FTAM service.- 6.1.5. FTAM standardisation and profiles.- 6.1.6. Benefits of using FTAM.- 6.2. Messaging (electronic mail).- 6.2.1. Overview.- 6.2.2. MHS information model.- 6.2.3. MHS functional model.- 6.2.4. The message transfer service.- 6.2.5. Benefits of using MHS.- 6.3. Directory access services.- 6.3.1. Overview.- 6.3.2. Directory functional model.- 6.3.3. Directory information model.- 6.3.4. Directory services.- 6.3.5. Benefits of using the Directory.- 6.3.6. CNMA Directory Service profile.- 6.4. Database access services.- 6.4.1. Overview.- 6.4.2. SQL information model.- 6.4.3. RDA functional model.- 6.4.4. RDA and SQL services.- 6.4.5. Benefits of using RDA.- 6.5. Transaction processing.- 6.5.1. Overview.- 6.5.2. Distributed Transaction Processing (DTP) model.- 6.5.3. Functional model.- 6.5.4. TP Service.- 6.5.5. Benefits of using OSI TP.- 6.6. Device access services.- 6.6.1. Overview.- 6.6.2. MMS information model.- 6.6.3. MMS functional model.- 6.6.4. MMS services.- 6.6.5. Benefits of using MMS.- 6.7. Fieldbus networks.- 6.7.1. Overview.- 6.7.2. Requirements for fieldbus communications.- 6.7.3. Fieldbus communication architecture.- 6.7.4. Fieldbus solutions and standardisation.- 6.7.5. Benefits of using fieldbuses.- 6.8. Summary.- 7. Migration Tools.- 7.1. Introduction.- 7.2. Main features of the NIK.- 7.3. A Network Integrator at Work.- 7.4. Design of the Network Integrator.- 7.5. Summary.- 8. Network Management.- 8.1. Introduction.- 8.2. The Network Management Model.- 8.2.1. Organisational Model.- 8.2.2. Functional Model.- 8.2.3. Information Model (Managed Objects).- 8.3. Architecture of the CNMA Network Manager Platform.- 8.4. Network Management Application Services.- 8.4.1. Configuration description.- 8.4.2. Configuration control.- 8.4.3. Configuration examination.- 8.4.5. Network Monitoring.- 8.4.6. Event Displaying.- 8.4.7. Fault Diagnosis.- 8.4.8. Problem Displaying.- 8.5. Benefits of using Network Management.- 8.6. Summary.- 9. The CIME Computing Environment (CCE).- 9.1. Overview of CCE.- 9.2. The CCE object model.- 9.3. CCE distribution mechanisms.- 9.4. Properties of CCE.- 9.4.1. Distribution.- 9.4.2. Openness.- 9.4.3. Transparency.- 9.4.4. Data consistency, transaction management.- 9.4.5. Modularity.- 9.4.6. Extensibility.- 9.4.7. Configurability.- 9.4.8. Availability.- 9.4.9. Security.- 9.4.10. User friendliness.- 9.4.11. Software reuse.- 9.4.12. Use of existing applications.- 9.4.13. Example.- 9.5. CCE Execution environments.- 9.5.1 Windows/DDE.- 9.5.2. The OSF DCE.- 9.5.3. On Line Transaction Processing.- 9.6. CCE services and Application Program Interfaces (APIs).- 9.6.1 Functional servers.- 9.6.2. Access servers.- 9.6.3. Information servers.- 9.6.4. Interface library.- 9.6.5. Application independent APIs.- 9.6.6. Application dependent APIs.- 9.7. Tools for CCE.- 9.8. CCE administration.- 9.9. Example: the Aerospatiale pilot.- 9.10. Summary.- 10. Relationships with Other Initiatives.- 10.1 Introduction.- 10.2. ESPRIT CIMOSA.- 10.2.1. CIMOSA integrating infrastructure.- 10.2.2. Relationship between CIMOSA and CCE.- 10.3. ESPRIT COMANDOS.- 10.3.1. Introduction to Comandos.- 10.3.2. Comparison between Comandos and CCE.- 10.4. ESPRIT Delta-4.- 10.4.1. Introduction to Delta-4.- 10.4.2. Relationship between CCE-CNMA and Delta-4.- 10.5. ESPRIT TT-CNMA and IT-CIM.- 10.6. ESPRIT FICIM.- 10.6.1 Introduction to FICIM.- 10.6.2. Relationship between FICIM and CNMA.- 10.7. MAP.- 10.7.1. Introduction to MAP.- 10.7.2. Relationship between MAP and CNMA.- 10.8. FAIS.- 10.8.1. The project and the architecture.- 10.8.2 Relationship between FAIS and CNMA.- 10.9. Summary.- 11. Conclusions.- 11.1. The problems experienced by manufacturing enterprises.- 11.2. The problems with developing distributed manufacturing applications.- 11.3. So how can CCE-CNMA help to solve these problems?.- 11.4. Benefits of the CCE-CNMA technology.- 11.4.1. Main benefits for the application developer and system integrator.- 11.4.2. Main benefits for the end-user.- 11.5. Industrial Achievements.- 11.6. So what of the future?.
Series Title: Research reports ESPRIT., Project 7096,, CCE-CNMA ;, v. 1.
Responsibility: ESPRIT Consortium CCE-CNMA, eds.
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