Automated feature recognition from 2D drawings

  title={Automated feature recognition from 2D drawings},
  author={Sheik Meeran and Michael J. Pratt},
  journal={Computer-Aided Design},
Automated feature recognition is likely to be an essential requirement for future inte#rated design and manufacturing systems. Most methods which have so far been proposed use as their input a solid model which represents only the purely geometric aspects of the design information. Much research is currently in progress on the augmentation of such models with technological and other lifecycle data to give what is referred to as a product model. The presence in such a model of design feature… CONTINUE READING
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