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Proposition pour la prise en compte des déformations métiers dans un système de CAO

Abstract : The CAD domain today reflects the actual technological and scientific evolution. We are currently witnessing a universalization of the design techniques, which are often based on the same algorithms, in domains ranging from industry to medicine. This multidisciplinary aspect induces different views on the design. The design is no longer done by engineers but by a very heterogeneous public, and results in the use of different interaction techniques. In order to fit to this diversity, the CAD systems should assist the user with adapted modelling tools. An approach in this direction is to integrate trade-based knowledge with the deformations. The designer has thus he possibility to concentrate on his/her trade rather than on the geometric model, leaving to the system the task of transmitting the trade parameters to the model. The present study has been realised within the DIJA project with the purpose of creating a trade-oriented surface deformation modeller, not only by using the underlying geometric model, as it was realised until present, but by taking into account a surface triangulation as fine as needed. This study also demonstrates the refinement of the trade-based parameters into geometric parameters and the user-system interaction at different levels of the system's architecture, depending on the user's competencies.
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Ciuciu Ioana. Proposition pour la prise en compte des déformations métiers dans un système de CAO. Informatique [cs]. Université de Reims - Champagne Ardenne, 2009. Français. ⟨tel-00474568⟩

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