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Consequently, the software hierarchy is partitioned into six function and structure complexity levels: enterprise, cluster, module (domain), application, operation, and codeline, as shown in Fig. 6. LAN Application servers Database servers Clients Clients LAN LAN Figure 5. Three-tier client/server architecture. Client front-ends communicate with the application server via remote procedure protocol (RPC) and use data access middleware to communicate with the database server. The enterprise level represents the total software used within the organization, factory, or system.
A protocol is a set of coded characters at the beginning and end of a message that enables one machine (as a computer) to communicate with another. It is a formal specification controlling the meaning of different messages passing between sending and receiving computers. There are two dominant nonproprietary protocols: (1) Open System Interconnection (OSI), (2) Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). TCP/IP is the primary protocol used on the Internet. The DCE RPC allows developers to add or replace hardware, database, or the Graphical User Interface (GUI) as needed.
Factory Information Management System (FIMS) gives the architecture of the building blocks of CIM: clusters, workstations, workcells, and applications are distributed in the factory. Interfaces/middlewares are represented by arrows and junctions. On-line SQC Cellworks interface routine 1 Alarm Request 7 6 FIMS information broker 3 Workstream 2 4 Cellworks Answer Formatting 5 PDM Database files File names Load files … Equipment Data for recent lots Real time process data Figure 13. On-line statistical quality control: cellworks reads and checks data against process history.
27.Industrial Electronics by John G. Webster (Editor)