By L. Nemes, P. Bernus (auth.), Peter Bernus, Laszlo Nemes, Theodore J. Williams (eds.)
Architectures for company Integration describes the newest the way to consultant companies and experts, managers and technical group of workers via a whole life-cycle of company improvement. This e-book relies at the findings of the IFIP/IFAC job strength and provides the cutting-edge in company structure. This ebook is vital interpreting for all working towards engineers and researchers in production and engineering administration with unique curiosity for these keen on CIM and firm Modelling and Integration.
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