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20 BATED and MSB Reports WORKSHOP REPORTS WS-03 COMPUTERS IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING: A RESEARCH BRIEF This report discusses the need for basic research in geometrical modeling and analysis, human-computer interface for design and manufacturing, knowledge-based technology, information management, and manufacturing and computer devices. (1987, 14 pp., available from BMAED) WS-02 REACTIONS OF SMALL MACHINE SHOP OWNERS TO THE AUTOMATED MANUFACTURING RESEARCH FACILITY OF THE NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS This report summarizes the reactions of small machine shop owners to the transfer of technology from the Automated Manufacturing Research Facility (AMRF). The respondents were most interested in technology that responded directly to a need and that could be quickly implemented to reduce their costs, such as accuracy-enhancing controllers, tool sensors, and plug-compatible machines. (1985, 28 pp., available from BMAED) WS-01 REINDUSTRIALIZATION OR NEW INDUSTRIALIZATION: MINUTES OF A SYMPOSIUM This report summarizes the results of a symposium that examined the national need to upgrade industrial production facilities and methods used to enter new industry sectors. Barriers to change, including a lack of economic incentives, are addressed. The symposium included perspectives from the steel, automotive, computer, textile, and machine tool industries, as well as views from labor, the business press, and Congress. (1981, 114 pp., available from BMAED)