2 edition of NOMA glossary of automation terms. found in the catalog.
NOMA glossary of automation terms.
National Office Management Association. Technical Division
|Other titles||Glossary of automation terms, Data processing exchange index|
|Contributions||Goodwin, Kenneth E.|
|LC Classifications||HF5548 N26|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
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This is a glossary of common mathematical terms used in arithmetic, geometry, algebra, and statistics. Abacus: An early counting tool used for basic arithmetic. Absolute Value: Always a positive number, absolute value refers to the distance of a number from 0. Autonomation: Described as "intelligent automation" or "automation with a human touch.” If an abnormal situation arises the machine stops and the worker will stop the production line. Prevents the production of defective products, eliminates overproduction and focuses attention on understanding the problem and ensuring that it never recurs.
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