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Madey et al.  used a neural network embeded in a general-purpose simulation system for modeling Continuous Improvement Systems (CIS) policies in manufacturing systems. A multilayer feedforward neural network trained using the BP algorithm was used to facilitate the identification of an effective CIS policy and to provide a realistic simulation framework to enhance the capabilities of simulations. The trained neural network was embedded in the simulation model code, so that the model had intrinsic advisory capability to reduce time or complexity for linking with external software.
The feature is recognised as belonging to a unique class. 2. 13(c)). 3. The feature does not belong to any known class. Cases 2 and 3 require the user to decide the correct class of the feature and the rule base to be updated. The updating is implemented via a rule induction program. 12 Schematic diagram of a vibratory sensor mounted on a robot wrist. automatically extracts new feature recognition rules from examples provided to it in the form of characteristic vectors representing different features and their respective class labels.
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