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Issues on Feature-Based Design Using a Hierarchical Data Scheme

Ovtcharova, Jivka (1993):
Issues on Feature-Based Design Using a Hierarchical Data Scheme.
In: Beiträge zur Graphischen Datenverarbeitung, Springer, Berlin, In: Graphics Modeling and Visualization in Science and Technology, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Abstract

Computer-aided design based on the notion of features is currently being discussed as a means for better capturing the involvend semantics, i.e. the designer#s intent. This paper proposes a hierarchical data scheme for feature-based design with particular emphasis on early phases of design, such as functional and conceptual design. The top level reflects the designer's view on the function of a product part and consists of specifications of functional features. At the second level, features are usually defined as generic shape characteristics (distinguishable portions of a shape) which have no application-specific meaning and no presumptions to the kind of representation. The third level is concerned with the internal representation of features in different ways and their geometric evaluation using conventional geometric modeling techniques. The data relationships occuring in the scheme are performed by mappings in top-down and bottom-up fashion.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item
Erschienen: 1993
Creators: Ovtcharova, Jivka
Title: Issues on Feature-Based Design Using a Hierarchical Data Scheme
Language: English
Abstract:

Computer-aided design based on the notion of features is currently being discussed as a means for better capturing the involvend semantics, i.e. the designer#s intent. This paper proposes a hierarchical data scheme for feature-based design with particular emphasis on early phases of design, such as functional and conceptual design. The top level reflects the designer's view on the function of a product part and consists of specifications of functional features. At the second level, features are usually defined as generic shape characteristics (distinguishable portions of a shape) which have no application-specific meaning and no presumptions to the kind of representation. The third level is concerned with the internal representation of features in different ways and their geometric evaluation using conventional geometric modeling techniques. The data relationships occuring in the scheme are performed by mappings in top-down and bottom-up fashion.

Series Name: Beiträge zur Graphischen Datenverarbeitung
Publisher: Springer, Berlin
Uncontrolled Keywords: Computer aided design (CAD), Feature based design, Generic shape, Geometric evaluation
Divisions: UNSPECIFIED
20 Department of Computer Science
20 Department of Computer Science > Interactive Graphics Systems
Event Title: Graphics Modeling and Visualization in Science and Technology
Date Deposited: 16 Apr 2018 09:09
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