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GRASP - A Prototype Interactive Graphic Sawing Program - (MU-IE Technical Report)Author(s): Luis G. Occeña; Daniel L. Schmoldt
Source: MU-IE Technical Report 019501. 17 pp.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionA versatile microcomputer-based interactive graphics program has been developed as a tool for modeling various hardwood processes, from bucking and topping to log sawing, lumber edging, secondary processing, even veneering. The microcomputer platform makes the tool affordable and accessible.A solid modeling basis provides the tool with a sound geometrical and topological foundation. Current features, capibilities, and future implications of the tool prototype are described in this paper.
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CitationOcceña, Luis G.; Schmoldt, Daniel L. 1995. GRASP - A Prototype Interactive Graphic Sawing Program - (MU-IE Technical Report). MU-IE Technical Report 019501. 17 pp.
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