UTILIZATION OF FUZZY CONSTRAINTS TO BUILD APPLICATIONS TO SUPPORT A CONCURRENT ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENT IN THE PROCESS OF DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING
This paper proposes an integration between Conceptual Design, Manufacturing, and supply chain management. To understand new necessities we aim to integrate the decision at the early stage on developing a product. Production and logistics are the main decision on the cost and quality. The risk can not consider a low cost solution. application. In the beginning of the ideias the set of values does not include a risk for the project and if is able to do it or not. In this case it basically setting a data-model thought what is big, small, high quality, expensive, and others values, with the real manufacturing and data as fuzzy numbers. A solution will not consider a a low cost supplier that delivery with delay or a high cost production that have a high quality. Due the lack of good decision our project have been more expensive and lower quality, with this aplication we can consider a good solution in side of the best solution. Since was a research the implemetation still need to be implemented.
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