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The CIM factory architecture is very sensitive to the partitioning and distribution of embedded computers. There are several application-partitioning models. Each model has its strengths and weaknesses based on its suitability for different types of business and processing requirements. The models are distinguished by the division of the application components between clients and servers. The application components common to all models are (1) presentation, (2) business logic or function, and (3) data.
The following example is based on projects sponsored by DARPA to build a Flexible Manufacturing (FM) factory to make cooled and uncooled Infrared Focal Plane Arrays (IRFPA). A focal plane is a two-dimensional integrated circuit having infrared sensitive elements. The size of the array varies from 2 ϫ 40 to 1024 ϫ 1024 or larger. The IRFPA can operate at different wavelengths. Figure 2 shows the system architecture of a CIM factory. The factory is planned to produce cooled and uncooled infrared-focal-plane-array (IRFPA) sensors.
Building block interfaces, and environment. In the CIM factory A, B, C, D, E represent workstations, workcells, software module, or application. Interfaces (I) are the connecting events between the workcells or the software layers between applications. 747 3. Software: logic, algorithm, protocol, data format, operating system, detection and correction codes, bus/ LAN compatibility, timing. Software interfaces represent the software hooks, protocols, or wraps when integrating software modules/applications.