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Chapter 1. Introduction
1.1. Contents Overview
Chapter 2. Overview of Warp Knitting, Dyeing and Finishing
2.1. Overview of Warp Knitting
2.1.1. Basic Definitions
2.1.2. Yarn Preparation
2.1.3. Knitting Specifications Design Specifications Yarn Count and Machine Gauge
2.2. Overview of Dyeing and Finishing of Knitted Goods
2.2.1. Pre-treatment of Knitted Goods Pre-treatment Parameters
2.2.2. Dyeing of Knitted Goods Dyeing Parameters
2.2.3. Finishing of Knitted Goods Finishing Parameters
Chapter 3. Production Planning and Scheduling
3.1. Overview of Production Planning Activities
3.1.1. The Range of The Production Plan
3.1.2. The Master Production Schedule (MPS)
3.2. Overview of Production Scheduling Activities
3.2.1. Scheduling Objectives
3.2.2. Scheduling Considerations End Product Production Costs
3.2.3. Production Constraints
3.2.4. Operation Sequence (or Process Routing)
3.2.5. Resources Needed per Operation
3.3. Role of Information Technologies (IT)
3.3.1. The Importance of Information
3.3.2. Importance of IT in Textile Companies
3.3.3. Overview of Computer Integrated Manufacturing
Chapter 4. Modeling Overview and Considerations
4.1. IDEF Modeling Methodology
4.1.1. IDEF0 Modeling Methodology Definitions
4.1.2. IDEF1 Modeling Methodology
4.1.3. IDEF1X Modeling Methodology Definitions
4.2. Previous Textile Information Models
4.2.1. Modeling the Textile Processes
4.3. Considerations on the Model
4.3.1. Dangers of Modeling
4.3.2. Model Integration in Enterprise Architectures
Table 4.1: Relationship between the Architecture and the Models
4.3.3. Model Integration in Information Systems (IS) Architecture
Figure 4.4: Scope of the Models in the Zachman Framework [42]
4.3.4. Information Flow Considerations
4.3.5. Further Considerations on the Model Enterprise Operating Paradigm Interplant Requirements Model Application
Figure 4.8: US Knitting Industry Distribution Model Application in Extended Enterprise Environment
Figure 4.9: Interaction Between the System and Outside Entities
Chapter 5. The IDEF0 Model for Production Planning and Scheduling
5.1. Model Validation
5.2. General Considerations
Figure 5.1: Main ICOM from Production Planning and Scheduling
5.3. Node Tree Diagram
5.4. Node Index
5.5. Model Components Description – IDEF0 Diagram
5.5.1. Activities
5.5.2. Inputs, Controls, Outputs and Mechanisms
5.6. IDEF0 Model Diagrams
Chapter 6. Building The IDEF1X Model
6.1. Phase Zero
6.2. Phase One
6.2.1. Entity Pool
Table 6.2: Entity Pool
6.2.2. Entity Glossary
6.3. Phase Two
6.3.1. Entity Relationship Matrix
6.3.2. Relationship Definitions
6.3.3. Entity Level Diagrams
6.4. Phase Three
6.4.1. Key Attributes Definition Entities Definition Attributes Definition
6.5. Phase Four
6.6. IDEF1X Model Diagrams
Table 6.7: IDEF1X Diagrams Views
Figure 6.2: IDEF1X Diagram for Production Planning and Scheduling
Figure 6.6: IDEF1X Diagram for Create Production Schedule
Chapter 7. Conclusions
Chapter 8. Future Work
Chapter 9. References
10.1.2. IDEF0 Definitions
10.1.3. IDEF1X Definitions
10.2. APPENDIX II – Visit Reports
10.2.1. Company A
10.2.2. Company B
10.2.3. Company C
10.2.4. Company D
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