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abstract = "The paper presents an analysis of advanced technology classifications development. Despite thevariety of technology types – advanced, emerging, disruptive, enabling, best available – the focus ofthe study is made on the first type considering their precedent character, crucial role formanufacturing and overall economic development.Various approaches to define the term ‘advanced technology’ as well as gradual evolution of thedefinitions and classifications are demonstrated in the paper. It is argued that the initialunderstanding of advanced technologies was formed in early 1990s and characterized increase inefficiency, hardware and software usage, robotics, etc. Further rapid progress of science andtechnology in 1990-2010s led to the expansion of the concept by the means of technologies basedon fast computing, primarily used for design, control and track of manufacturing activities as wellas micro- and nanotechnologies. Moreover, indicators used for measurement of their developmentand use are compared.",
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