By R. Gani, S.B. Jørgensen
This publication includes papers awarded on the eleventh Symposium of machine Aided method Engineering (ESCAPE-11), held in Kolding, Denmark, from may well 27-30, 2001. the target of ESCAPE-11 is to spotlight using desktops and data know-how instruments, that's, the normal CAPE issues in addition to the hot CAPE issues of present and destiny interests.The major subject matter for ESCAPE-11 is method and instruments integration with emphasis on hybrid processing, purifier and effective applied sciences (process integration), computing device aided structures for modelling, layout, synthesis, keep watch over (tools integration) and business case reviews (application of built-in strategies). The papers are prepared when it comes to the subsequent topics: computing device aided control/operations, desktop aided production, approach and instruments integration, and new frontiers in CAPE. a complete of 188 papers, such as five keynote and 183 contributed papers are integrated during this booklet.
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