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Advances in CAD/CAM Workstations : Case Studies

Author: Peter Cheng-Chao Wang
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1986.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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To understand what we know and be aware of what is to be known is a necessary approach to treating CAD/CAM issues. The challenge for all of us interested in CAD/CAM and engineering data handling is to under­ stand what we know and what we need to know about today's and tomorrow's technology, to track the explosive development of our field and its broadening range of applications, to sort through the details which  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Cheng-Chao Wang
ISBN: 9781461322733 1461322731
OCLC Number: 852790346
Description: 1 online resource (274 pages)
Contents: 1. FLOCHART: A Solution to the Problem of Block Diagrams --
2. Drawing Conversion: What? When? How? --
3. CAD Migration to the PC Environment — Tomorrow’s Low Cost Workstation --
4. Advanced Systems Integration Management Via CAD Graphics --
5. Developing a Cartographic Geo-Code System (CAGES) --
6. CAD, CAM and GIS: Tools for Facilities Management and Planning --
7. Managing a Distributed CAD/CAM System --
8. The Impact of Geography and Distributed Data Collection on the Engineering of Army Telephone Systems World-Wide --
9. CIMPLEX: Bridging the Gap Between “Computer Aided….” and Computer Integrated Manufacturing --
10. The Impact of an Integrated Data Base on Automation in Mapping --
11. Update of Mass Storage Systems from the User’s Point of View --
12. Planning Precepts for CAD Instructional Design --
13. A Structural Model of Creative Process for Improved Interface Design --
14. Navy CAD/CAM --
15. Personal Workstations for CAD/CAM Applications --
16. Computer Graphics from the Graphic Design Perspective --
17. The Digital Mapping Program of the U.S. Geological Survey --
18. Automatic Scanning and Data Processing for CAD and Archival Systems --
19. The Role of Human Factors in Introducing Graphic Artists to Computer Graphics --
20. Graphic Standards: Status & Impact --
21. Graphic Related Standards --
22. Considerations for Establishing a Distributed Computer Graphics Mapping System --
23. The Marriage Between CAD/CAM Systems and Robotics --
24. A Look at Technical Documentation Automation and Its Place in Distributed Data Base Information Systems --
25. Successful Business Computer Graphics.
Responsibility: edited by Peter Cheng-Chao Wang.

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