The Center for Automation and Intelligent Systems Research, Case Western Reserve University

  • Yo-Han Pao

Abstract

The Center for Automation and Intelligent Systems Research at Case Western Reserve University, founded in 1984, provides the setting and the administrative and funding mechanisms for coordinating and focusing the capabilities of faculty members and students from many disciplines and departments to deal with significant realworld problems encountered in the automation of production. The center serves as an interface between separate basic research efforts in the various disciplines and academic departments and the multidisciplinary group efforts needed to deal effectively with nontrivial real problems.
Published
1986-03-15
Section
Workshop Reports