## ProceedingsIEEE Computer Society Press, 2003 - Artificial intelligence |

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4 Contact Angle Hysteresis For a z - axially symmetric meniscus , the surface

equation is

14 ) and ( 15 ) the mean curvature of an axially symmetric surface is

16 ) ...

4 Contact Angle Hysteresis For a z - axially symmetric meniscus , the surface

equation is

**given**by : S ( 0 , 2 ) = F ( 0 , 2 ) = r ( z ) ī , + zī , ( 15 ) Using equations (14 ) and ( 15 ) the mean curvature of an axially symmetric surface is

**given**by : (16 ) ...

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m = 3 22 In order to obtain a

process , we can impose this subassembly thanks to formula ( 6 ) . Hie SAI w . 1 ,

) = 1 ( 6 ) j = 1 j = 1 were SAl is set of all imposed subassemblies . A subassembly

...

m = 3 22 In order to obtain a

**given**subassembly at the end of the disassemblyprocess , we can impose this subassembly thanks to formula ( 6 ) . Hie SAI w . 1 ,

) = 1 ( 6 ) j = 1 j = 1 were SAl is set of all imposed subassemblies . A subassembly

...

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times for a

each disassembly sequence experts can establish the revenue associated to

each component or subassembly according to its end - of - life destination [ 5 ] .

times for a

**given**assignment of the tasks on the disassembly workstations . Foreach disassembly sequence experts can establish the revenue associated to

each component or subassembly according to its end - of - life destination [ 5 ] .

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### Contents

P Lambert P Letier A Delchambre | 14 |

Scheduling | 16 |

Assembly Planning | 79 |

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