Computers and Processes
ECTS credits: 5
Acquiring the knowledge and skills on managing computer-aided manufacturing processes.
Signals, systems and process control: types of signals and systems, current and dynamic systems. Basic processing unit: data processing, processing unit equipment, standard processing inputs and outputs. Executive and measuring equipment. Task assignment in facility management: review of computer equipment, process communication and protocols, channel capacity. Role of software in process control: data processing, data processing software, relative correlation between hardware and software processing components. System software: structures, functions and system programs. User software and process databases: user software tasks, structure and time response, real-time data processing, priorities, program chains. Structure of process database, distributed process database, programs of extended real time.
Understanding basic manufacturing processes and facility components. Getting acquainted with manufacturing process computer system structure.
Having passed the exam, students will be able to: 1. Analyze systems and process management. 2. Differentiate basic processing units. 3. Differentiate hardware and software equipment. 4. Divide the system software and user applications. 5. Compile a proposal for developing a database. The aforementioned learning outcomes contribute to the following learning outcomes of the study program: - Develop a project individually or in a team, with respect to to user requirements and needs, in accordance with the adopted standards, technologies and methodologies for implementation and presentation - Propose solutions for the application of information technologies in the business environment.