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In X-DPR, XML is used because it formalizes the semantics of the contents of information and facilitates electronic data exchange. As we have seen previously, most of the earlier frameworks focused on standardizing the structure of data models and information exchange between agents. This caused problems while integrating new tools into the framework. Any new tool to be integrated to the framework must abide by the standardized schemas in which information is communicated between agents, which limit the flexibility of agents to implement their own input/output schemas.
These include applications for a) requirements capturing (in-house Java application), b) problem definition c) design of experiments (iSIGHT), d) thermal analysis (in-house Matlab code), e) structural analysis (in-house Matlab code), f) Response Surface Model (iSIGHT), g) updating the geometric parameters (inhouse Java code). These applications are deployed as agents. 1 that are performed by an agent developer. The first task is to specify input and output data constructs for each application. The inputs and outputs for all the seven applications are described as individual XML files.
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Collaborative Product Design and Manufacturing Methodologies and Applications (Springer Series in Advanced Manufacturing) by W. D. Li, S. K. Ong, Andrew Y. C. Nee, Chris McMahon