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1. Barría Chateau, Hernán Alberto; Rodrigo García Alvarado; Cecilia Poblete Arrendondo (2009) Anarquitectura Digital [Digital Anarchitecture]

SIGraDi 2009 - Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics, Sao Paulo, Brazil, November 16-18, 2009
2. Kalay, Yehuda E. (1989) The Hybrid Edge : A Topological Data Structure for Vertically Integrated Geometric Modeling

Computer Aided Design. April, 1989. vol. 21: pp. 129-139 : ill. includes bibliography
3. Shaviv, Edna, Hashimshony, Rivka and Wachman, A. (1978) A Decomposition-Recomposition Model for Multi-Cell Systems

Building and Environment. England: Pergamon Press Ltd., 1978. vol. 13: pp. 109-123 : ill., diagrams. includes bibliography and appendix. Ô h)0*0*0*°° Ԍ A model for decomposition of a multi-cell system into maximum intraconnected subsystems, and their recomposition in a hierarchical way, was developed. The system is presented as a graph, the vertices of which are the elements and the links are the relations between them. The algorithm for the decomposition is based on successive 'splitting' of the system into subsystems, by applying the minimal cut procedure
4. Shaviv, Edna, Hashimshony, Rivka and Wachman, A. (1974) Decomposition of a Multi-Cell Complex -- A Problem in Physical Design

November, 1974. 8 p. : ill., diagrams. includes bibliography
5. Soler, Vicente; Retsin, Gilles; Jimenez Garcia, Manuel (2017) A Generalized Approach to Non-Layered Fused Filament Fabrication

ACADIA 2017: DISCIPLINES & DISRUPTION [Proceedings of the 37th Annual Conference of the Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture (ACADIA) ISBN 978-0-692-96506-1] Cambridge, MA 2-4 November, 2017), pp. 562- 571
6. Stok, Leon (1991) Architectural synthesis and optimization of digital systems

Eindhoven University of Technology
7. Woodwark, J.R. (1989) Splitting Set-Theoretic Solid Models into Connected Components

10 p. : ill. Winchester: IBM UK Scientific Center, IBM United Kingdom Laboratories Limited, June, 1989. IBM UKSC 210. includes bibliography In general, there is no way to tell how many pieces (connected components) a set-theoretic (CSG) solid model represents, except via conversion to a boundary model. Recent work on the elimination of redundant primitives has been linked with techniques for identifying connected components in quad-trees and oct-trees into a strategy to attack this problem. Some success has been achieved, and an experimental Prolog program, working in two dimensions, that finds connected components and determines the set-theoretic representation of each component, is reported, and further developments proposed. CSG / quadtree / octree / primitives / algorithms. 43. Woodwark, J. R. and Quinlan K. M. 'Reducing the Effect of Complexity on Volume Model Evaluation.' Computer Aided Design. April, 1982. pp. 89-95 : ill. includes bibliography.

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