In order to solve the embedded NURBS interpolator closed structure problem, this paper proposes a NURBS interpolator based on quantum framework software bus architecture. Firstly, the NURBS interpolator trajectory interpolation algorithm and feedrate scheduling algorithm are presented. The embedded NC system systematic architecture is analyzed based on quantum framework. Secondly, the high-speed and high-precision NURBS curve interpolator and platform based on quantum framework are constructed. Finally, software simulation and actual machining experiment verify the correctness and validity of NURBS interpolator structure based on quantum framework by this paper.
Embedded system Quantum framework NURBS interpolator Smooth S-curve acceleration/deceleration
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The authors would like to thank the National Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 51275147) and the Important National Science & Technology Specific Projects (Grant No. 2012ZX04001021) for their support in this research.
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