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Unformatted text preview: ° 1° 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. 1.4648° 2° 0.0442° -4.8966° 0° sym. sym. sym. 2° 2° 3.9880° 1° -1.4640° 0° sym. sym. 2° 0.5336° 1° 4.5680° 1° 3.7706° 0° sym. -2° 1° -0.9922° -3.6965° -0.9365° -3.1089° -0.4021° 0° Dependence and Independence of Variations 33 a) b) Figure 3; Images of the object after perturbation in the case of Specification 1 a) Final object, b) Final object in grey and initial object in white Specification 2: The angle constraints specified (grey boxes in Table 4) are placed on the first two diagonals, i.e. the angular position of a vector is defined in relation to the two vectors that precede it. Table 4: Final angle values (in °) obtained for Specification 2 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. 41° 0° Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. Sym. 42° 1° 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. sym. 128° 87° 86° 0° sym. sym. sym. sym. 91.1804° 87.0895° 87° 84.7013° 0° sym. sym. sym. 85.4806° 81.2767° 137.4902° 81.8917° 119.8227° 128.7360° 81.8504° 120.7479° 128.2132...
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