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This down-to-earth creation to computation uses the large array of strategies to be had within the sleek computing atmosphere. A self-contained advisor for engineers and different clients of computational tools, it's been effectively followed as a textual content in instructing the following new release of mathematicians and special effects majors.

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0, 2003. International Society of Automation, ISA-88 Batch Control Parts 1–4, 1995. See also IEC 61512. ISA-95 Enterprise-Control System Integration, 2000. See also IEC 62264. , and Hill, D. com, 2002. 1 CPAS System Architecture Martin Hollender Introduction Process automation is a complex task requiring the smooth integration of a multitude of different systems and information sources. The following features and requirements are cornerstones for a CPAS architecture: • Integration—Typical tasks like operations, engineering, and information management must all be available from one integrated environment.

Book Page 28 Monday, September 14, 2009 3:18 PM 28 Chapter 1 Object Management, not to be confused with object programming, is a major beneficiary of this technology. It describes the ability to organize related data or information into a common structure and perform higher level functions on it and to interact with it as a defined entity; it is the cornerstone of CPAS and will be discussed in more detail later. Examples of the use of object management could be to group objects associated with a unit operation and perform global functions such as alarm suppression with a single action, or to create inheritance or association between different objects.

4 The ARC Advisory Group’s Collaborative Process Automation System (CPAS) Vision 39 Revenue Realization Value Creation Profit Margin = Net Income/Sales Profit Margin End of Shift Roll - up Total Production CFO CFO Performance Targets Real -- time Accounting System Current Costs Accounting Allocated Standard Costs COO COO Sales Operation Operations Data s Data Sources Sources Real-time Performance Management Asset Turnover (Throughput) Asset Turnover = Sales/Total Assets ROA = Net Income/Total Assets Figure 1–19 ROA = Asset Turnover x Profit Margin Real-time Performance Management Where is CPAS Headed?

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