Applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within electronic assembly
Newnes, L. B., Chambers, J. K., Stockton, D. and Wainwright, C., 1995. Applicability of DSS for fault diagnostics within electronic assembly. In: Stockton, D. and Wainwright, C., eds. Advances in Manufacturing Technology IX, 1995-09-01.
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This paper presents the results of a pilot study aimed at identifying whether the use of a Decision Support System (DSS), as an aid in fault diagnostics at the shop floor, is a viable company option. Based on the findings of the survey four key criteria are identified for use in ascertaining the applicability of DSSs namely; company size, rectification levels, quality systems and finally, use of Surface Mount Assemblies (SMA). The results fromt he survey are introduced, and a methodology for use in the initial evaluation phase for DSS applicability is presented
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (Paper)|
|Creators||Newnes, L. B., Chambers, J. K., Stockton, D. and Wainwright, C.|
|Editors||Stockton, D.and Wainwright, C.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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