This article presents the main problems that arise during the drilling jig operation. The paper considers the main nodes of the jig and their purpose. An FMEA-analysis is carried out, on the basis of which the main risks for the consumer arising during the operation are identified, and corrective measures are proposed to improve the product quality. The main methods used for choosing the experts are analyzed, and an automated system for selecting the experts in the Russian Science Foundation is considered. The article presents the scheme of the developed decision support system and the algorithm of the automated system for selecting the experts to carry out corrective measures including various methods.
automation, expert, expert judgment, automated system, algorithm, drilljig
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