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Retrospective Creation of Virtual Alternative Hierarchies

  • Jan Rogier
  • Daan Otten
Conference paper
Part of the EurographicSeminars book series (FOCUS COMPUTER)

Abstract

In this chapter we present an object-oriented strategy to support the creation of geometric models. These models are represented as part-whole hierarchies of objects. Creation of new models is done by copying and modifying previously existing models or parts of them. Past models are stored in the system’s database and serve as prototypes for the new models.

Keywords

Functional Specification Standard Component Real House Basic Data Structure Standard Vocabulary 
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  • Jan Rogier
  • Daan Otten

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