Backward Assembly Planning with DFA Analysis

  • Sukhan Lee
Part of the The Springer International Series in Engineering and Computer Science book series (SECS, volume 148)

Abstract

Most of the automatic assembly planners developed up to date are concerned mainly about generating assembly sequences or assembly partial orders based on reasoning of geometric interference among parts and subassemblies during assembly. Although geometric reasoning should be a fundamental mechanism for automatic assembly planning, and a considerable advancement has been made in this regard[11,12,13,14], there still remains a number of important problems to be resolved, in order to bring automatic assembly planning closer to reality.

Keywords

Welding Explosive Dition Dinate Paral 

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