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{T} has the origin at the reference point of A, and an

{W}. Each vertex of A is described in {T} by a vector h, with module h and

{T} has the origin at the reference point of A, and an

**orientation**<f> with respect to{W}. Each vertex of A is described in {T} by a vector h, with module h and

**orientation**7. The vertices of B are described in {W} by their coordinates x and y.Page 171

C-arc: Let c be a configuration, with

contact configurations n; and ng of a given C-item. Let ei(<j>) and e2(<f>) be the

two configurations of the C-edges associated to the C-item for an

Then ...

C-arc: Let c be a configuration, with

**orientation**<f>, of a C-arc between twocontact configurations n; and ng of a given C-item. Let ei(<j>) and e2(<f>) be the

two configurations of the C-edges associated to the C-item for an

**orientation**<f>.Then ...

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Hence, this interval is called a constant topology

,2ti) can be expressed as [0,Gcl] u [8cl,8C2] u ... u [0,2n). By computing geometry

of C(A,B. 8) for one

Hence, this interval is called a constant topology

**orientation**interval. The range [0,2ti) can be expressed as [0,Gcl] u [8cl,8C2] u ... u [0,2n). By computing geometry

of C(A,B. 8) for one

**orientation**in every constant topology interval, the obstacle ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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ASSEMBLY | 1 |

FeatureBased Assembly Model and MultiAgents System structure for ComputerAided Assembly | 8 |

Construction of the Precedence Graphs Equivalent to a Given Set of Assembly Sequences | 14 |

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