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Unformatted text preview: er factorization of the PDF that accounts for the additional independence between x and y. Table III also highlights the good performance of the planar class and shows the decreasing distance from the complex model. As previously stated, with an infinite number of sampled points the complex class and the more efficient planar model would provide the same results. The set of reference parameters identifying the normal vector to the plane is Ω3={3.009926, 1.000002, 3.009915}. Figure 3 shows the factorized PDFs representing the 176 P. Chiabert and M. De Maddis distribution of 200 sampled points under the hypothesis of planar symmetry. The nominal dimensions are easily extracted from the three pictures. Figure 3; Factorized PDFs representing planar symmetry C5 - Axial surface. Also the axial surface is easily identified by the proposed algorithms. Table IV shows the preeminence of the axial class over any other solution. The second position is hold by the spherical class, and the third pos...
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