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Information Model for Machine-Tool-Performance Tests

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This report specifies an information model of machine-tool-performance tests in the EXPRESS [1] language. The information model provides a mechanism for describing the properties and results of machine-tool-performance tests. The objective of the information model is a standardized, computer-interpretable representation that allows for efficient archiving and exchange of performance test data throughout the life cycle of the machine. The report also demonstrates the implementation of the information model using three different implementation methods.

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Mentions: The specifications for other performance tests, e.g., computer numerical control (CNC) performance tests, machining tests, and tests addressing the measurement capabilities of a machine tool, are under development and will follow the structure outlined below. Figure 1 shows the relationships among the major entities in the information model. The figure is presented by EXPRESS-G1 [1], a graphical subset of the EXPRESS language. The TESTS entity is a list of TEST entities, each describing the properties and results of a performance test. The TEST entity contains the MACHINE entity identifying the tested machine. This is achieved by either a unique identification (ID) or a set of properties: manufacturer, model, and serial number. A unique ID as an alternative to a set of properties is also given to several other entities in the model.


Information Model for Machine-Tool-Performance Tests
Overview of the Entities relationships.
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f1-j62lee: Overview of the Entities relationships.
Mentions: The specifications for other performance tests, e.g., computer numerical control (CNC) performance tests, machining tests, and tests addressing the measurement capabilities of a machine tool, are under development and will follow the structure outlined below. Figure 1 shows the relationships among the major entities in the information model. The figure is presented by EXPRESS-G1 [1], a graphical subset of the EXPRESS language. The TESTS entity is a list of TEST entities, each describing the properties and results of a performance test. The TEST entity contains the MACHINE entity identifying the tested machine. This is achieved by either a unique identification (ID) or a set of properties: manufacturer, model, and serial number. A unique ID as an alternative to a set of properties is also given to several other entities in the model.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

This report specifies an information model of machine-tool-performance tests in the EXPRESS [1] language. The information model provides a mechanism for describing the properties and results of machine-tool-performance tests. The objective of the information model is a standardized, computer-interpretable representation that allows for efficient archiving and exchange of performance test data throughout the life cycle of the machine. The report also demonstrates the implementation of the information model using three different implementation methods.

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