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Title: Enterprise-Control System Integration − Part 2: Object Model Attributes
Year: 2010
Abstract: This part of ISA95, in conjunction with ANSI/ISA-95.00.01-2010 (IEC 62264-1 Mod), Enterprise- Control System Integration &#8211; Part 1: Models and Terminology, specifies generic interface content between manufacturing control functions and other enterprise functions. The interface considered is between Level 3 manufacturing systems and Level 4 business systems in the hierarchical model defined in Part 1. The goal is to reduce the risk, cost, and errors associated with implementing the interface. <br>Since this standard covers many domains, and there are many different standards in those domains, the semantics of this standard are described at a level intended to enable the other standards to be mapped to these semantics. To this end this standard defines a set of elements contained in the generic interface, together with a mechanism for extending those elements for implementations. <br>The scope of Part 2 is limited to the definition of object models and attributes of the exchanged information defined in Part 1. <br>This Part 2 standard does not define attributes to represent the object relationships.
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More Information: ISA 95.00.02
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Title: Enterprise-Control System Integration − Part 2: Object Model Attributes
Year: 2010
Abstract: This part of ISA95, in conjunction with ANSI/ISA-95.00.01-2010 (IEC 62264-1 Mod), Enterprise- Control System Integration &#8211; Part 1: Models and Terminology, specifies generic interface content between manufacturing control functions and other enterprise functions. The interface considered is between Level 3 manufacturing systems and Level 4 business systems in the hierarchical model defined in Part 1. The goal is to reduce the risk, cost, and errors associated with implementing the interface. <br>Since this standard covers many domains, and there are many different standards in those domains, the semantics of this standard are described at a level intended to enable the other standards to be mapped to these semantics. To this end this standard defines a set of elements contained in the generic interface, together with a mechanism for extending those elements for implementations. <br>The scope of Part 2 is limited to the definition of object models and attributes of the exchanged information defined in Part 1. <br>This Part 2 standard does not define attributes to represent the object relationships.
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Gov't Doc #: ISCHSCAAAAAAAAAA
URI: http://dlib.scu.ac.ir/handle/Hannan/684537
More Information: ISA 95.00.02
More Information: 05/13/2010
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Title: Enterprise-Control System Integration − Part 2: Object Model Attributes
Year: 2010
Abstract: This part of ISA95, in conjunction with ANSI/ISA-95.00.01-2010 (IEC 62264-1 Mod), Enterprise- Control System Integration &#8211; Part 1: Models and Terminology, specifies generic interface content between manufacturing control functions and other enterprise functions. The interface considered is between Level 3 manufacturing systems and Level 4 business systems in the hierarchical model defined in Part 1. The goal is to reduce the risk, cost, and errors associated with implementing the interface. <br>Since this standard covers many domains, and there are many different standards in those domains, the semantics of this standard are described at a level intended to enable the other standards to be mapped to these semantics. To this end this standard defines a set of elements contained in the generic interface, together with a mechanism for extending those elements for implementations. <br>The scope of Part 2 is limited to the definition of object models and attributes of the exchanged information defined in Part 1. <br>This Part 2 standard does not define attributes to represent the object relationships.
Description: 
Gov't Doc #: ISCHSCAAAAAAAAAA
URI: http://dlib.scu.ac.ir/handle/Hannan/684537
More Information: ISA 95.00.02
More Information: 05/13/2010
186
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