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authors Davies, R.S.
year 1980
title A Review of Computer Techniques for Representation of Geometry
source 1980? pp. 213-225 : ill. includes bibliography
summary The primary role of the computer in the design process is to provide a means of recording the design, and subsequently of extracting information from the record. The choice of technique for recording geometry depends on the characteristics of the component and the nature of the information subsequently required about it. This paper reviews the principal techniques currently in use with particular emphasis on these two aspects
keywords CAD, curves, representation, geometric modeling, techniques
series CADline
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