Multifunctional Remote Laboratories for Real Experiments, Engineering Processes, and Manufacturing Methods

Sergey M. Krylov

Abstract


This paper describes the efficient structures of various multifunctional remote laboratories for real experiments, engineering processes, and manufacturing methods. Some theoretical problems concerning functional completeness, universality, flexibility, and programmability of such remote laboratories and facilities are discussed in the framework of a new interdisciplinary scientific approach called general formal technology (GFT). GFT is a branch of general system theory (GST). It correlates with Alexander Bogdanov’s Tektology and can be used to investigate formal algorithmic and physical system structures for the synthesis and analysis of various objects.

Keywords


Flexible remote manufacturing; functional completeness; real remote laboratories; system universality; system flexibility; Turing machine; general formal technology.

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE).ISSN: 2626-8493
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