Advanced geometric modelling for engineering applications: proceedings of the IFIP WG 5.2/GI International Symposium on Advanced Geometric Modelling for Engineering Applications, West Berlin, F.R.G., 8-10 November, 1989
Frank-Lothar Krause, International Federation for Information Processing. Working Group 5.2--Computer-aided Design, Gesellschaft für Informatik
North-Holland, 1990 - Computers - 457 pages
Future generations of Computer-Aided Design (CAD) systems are expected to offer powerful support for the functional, geometrical and technological description of products. New intelligent system architectures covering feature modelling, knowledge processing and simulation techniques, as well as comprehensive information access capabilities will open novel possibilities for product modelling. The result will be a real opportunity for direct cooperation between human creativity/discernment and information processing systems, working together to draft and analyze technical products. In this book, leading researchers and system developers present, discuss and summarize research and development of new theories, as well as advanced applications of geometric modelling.
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Advanced Geometric Modelling algorithm approach assembly assembly model B-rep B-spline basic Boolean operations boundary representation CAD data exchange CAD system CAD*l CAD/CAM cell cell complex complex components Computer Aided Computer-Aided Design concept cusps data structure defined described design process dimensional edges Engineering Applications F.-L Euler operations evaluated example faces feature model Figure form features geometric modelling library Graphics gray coded handling IFIP/GI implementation input interactive internal intersection Jansen Editors joint Krause and H language loop machine manufacturing mathematical method modelling entities Modelling for Engineering modules non-manifold geometric modeling NURBS object octree oriented parameters path pocket problem procedures process planning product definition programming Publishers B.V. North-Holland Reference Model represented result robot Science Publishers B.V. simulation solid models space specific standard swept volume system architecture tasks techniques tool topological elements user interface VDA-FS vertex wireframe