McFarlane, D and Parlikad, A and Neely, A and Thorne, A (2012) A framework for distributed intelligent automation systems developments. In: UNSPECIFIED pp. 758-763..Full text not available from this repository.
This paper proposes a pragmatic framework that has been developed for classifying and analyzing developments in distributed automation and information systems - especially those that have been labeled intelligent systems for different reasons. The framework dissects the different stages in the standard feedback process and assesses distribution in terms of the level of granularity of the organization that is being considered. The framework has been found to be useful in comparing and assessing different distributed industrial control paradigms and also for examining common features of different development projects - especially those that might be sourced from different sectors or domains. © 2012 IFAC.
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