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Second USENIX Conference on Object-Oriented Technologies (COOTS), 1996

Class Relationships and User Extensibility in Solid Geometric Modeling

James R. Miller
University of Kansas


Solid Geometric Modeling is an important enabling technology in Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing. Open, extensible architectures which foster efficient construction and manipulation of models are important to design engineers. We describe the architecture of the cryph Solid Modeler, focusing on aspects of the design which maximize flexibility and enable user-extensibility of primitive modeling shapes.
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