THE STATE AND PRINCIPAL PROBLEMS OF THE AUTOMATION OF PROCESS CONTROL ON THE BASIS OF COMPUTER ENGINEERING,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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Currently computers are becoming indispensable to efficient management and planning of production. At present a number of computerized billing, inventory, planning, production control and operative management systems is being introduced. New systems also are being developed. They include system for the planning, accounting and management of the basic production of a machine building enterprise, as well as standard automatic control systems for enterprises of the tractor industry. Not one of these systems, however, is sufficiently comprehensive. Although more than 170 Soviet organizations engage in R and D work on automatic production control systems, their activities are insufficiently coordinated thus resulting in dispersion of resources and duplication of research, and the rate at which new systems are being introduced is much too slow.
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems