The problem of making conclusions from representations of knowledge is presented and analyzed. In particular, conclusion making due to lack of information has been studied. The concepts of immediately available information, assumptionally inferable information and constructively inferable information are introduced and examplified. Hollister Size Chart
It follows that it is important to specify the assumptions that are made about a representation, in particular with respect to the conclusions that can be made from the representation. Concerning constructively inferable information it is shown that the lack of information can only be used to select which among a set of possible conclusions to make.
In today's industrial production men and robots usually work separately from each other in order to avoid accidents. Hollister Toronto Locations
By this, the advantages of an interoperable automated and manual assembly can not be used for a flexible and efficient production. If it would be possible to overcome the separation of man and robot, the accuracy and speed of robots could be combined with the flexibility and reliability of human workers. Especially for complex assembly and handling
tasks, this combination is useful. A system based on digital 3D image analysis has been developed, which supervises the common working area of robot and man.