Development of `IntelligentWorkFlow System' using know-how acquired based on work order

Mikio Sasaki, Tetsuya Mishuku, Akira Takano, Satoshi Tanaka, Akira Maeda

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Abstract

In the case of intelligent work that requires sophisticated judgments of experienced worker, if the know-how of experienced workers could be reused, it is expected that even inexperienced workers would be able to perform similar work. This paper describes `IntelligentWorkFlow System' that uses the know-how of experienced workers by focusing on the sequence of procedures in a work. It stores detail process of work as `work-log', and finds out the `know-how' of work by analyzing the stored work-log. Since this system accumulates the know-how through practical work and its know-how acquisition method doesn't focus on application dependent data, it becomes easy to acquire the know-how without depending on the particular application.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)430-437
Number of pages8
JournalUnknown Journal
Publication statusPublished - 1997
Externally publishedYes

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Sasaki, M., Mishuku, T., Takano, A., Tanaka, S., & Maeda, A. (1997). Development of `IntelligentWorkFlow System' using know-how acquired based on work order. Unknown Journal, 430-437.