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ORCA-FMS: a dynamic architecture for the optimized and reactive control of flexible manufacturing scheduling

Abstract : Reactive and effective hybrid manufacturing control architectures, combining hierarchy and heterarchy adapted to the current constraints of the industrial market and its environment were created. In this article, a new generic hybrid control architecture called ORCA (dynamic Architecture for an Optimized and Reactive Control) is first proposed. This hybrid architecture is able to dynamically and partially switch between a hierarchical predictive architecture and a heterarchical reactive architecture, if an event forbidding the planned behavior to be followed occurs. In this article, this architecture was applied to a Flexible Manufacturing System (FMS) problem and denoted ORCA-FMS. ORCA-FMS was tested on an existing manufacturing cell with simulations and real experiments to prove the applicability and the effectiveness of this kind of hybrid architecture in an industrial environment.
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Cyrille Pach, Thierry Berger, Thérèse Bonte, Damien Trentesaux. ORCA-FMS: a dynamic architecture for the optimized and reactive control of flexible manufacturing scheduling. Computers in Industry, Elsevier, 2014, 65 (4), pp.706-720. ⟨10.1016/j.compind.2014.02.005⟩. ⟨hal-03648952⟩

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