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authors Stouffs, R., Krishnamurti, R. and Eastman, C.
year 1996
title A Formal Structure for Nonequivalent Solid Representations
source Proceedings of IFIP WG 5.2: Workshop on Knowledge Intensive CAD II, (eds.) S. Finger, M. MČntylČ, and T. Tomiyama. International Federation for Information Processing
summary This work is based on the recognition that there will always be a need for different representations of the same entity, albeit a building or building part, a shape or other complex attribute. Different representations support different sets of operations with varying efficiencies. Given our expectation that such multiple representations will always exist, there is a need, formally, to define the relations between alternative representations, in order to support translation and identify where exact translation is or is not possible, and to define the coverage of different representations. A method for the analysis of representations is developed, which is applied to four different solid modeling representations.
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