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The mediators work on one or more input sets of data and act according to the process definition. The control functionality is incorporated in the process model. g. DTS - distributed time service in DCE) which are the implementation platforms for mediators. Therefore, the application of these integration mechanisms is of such importantance for our approach. Also, the estimation of whether the current state can be recognized as a result Information systems for distributed production 31 does not take place in the mediator approach.
Architecture for Rule based Feature Interpretation. g. for the assignment of suitable processes to the manufacturing features. The context-specific differentiation of the rules for an object is supported using a layer concept. At each layer application specific rules, such as for tool selection, are attached to the corresponding specific feature objects. The individual layers are therefore to be activated application-specifically. In this way it is possible to distinguish the rules belonging to a feature in a taskoriented fashion.
For access to the models two application-independent procedural interfaces are provided. Via the model interface conventional database access is performed, whereas the application interface is responsible for the interpretation of the data. Their functionality constitutes the basis for the realization of task-related, semantic interfaces. The implementation using client-server architecture supports the multi application, centralized delivery of generic as well as feature-related process information.