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Unformatted text preview: -13,84 -13,84 -14,02 -14,16 Table V; Ranking of invariant classes Ci i=1,…7, on the prismatic surface with different size of sampled set In order to explain this abnormal situation it is possible to observe that differences in the log-likelihood of the classes are very small, less than 1% and that the nominal prismatic shape is not too different from cylindrical or axial symmetries. Figure 5; Factorized PDFs representing prismatic symmetry Figure 5 shows the best results of the PDFs which represent the height of the prism (on the left) and the normal section (on the right). The reference parameter set Ω6={-0,00160, -0,00177} defines the direction of the prism resultant from a sampled set of 75 points. 5. CONCLUSION The paper illustrates some experimental results derived by the application of the methodology proposed by Prof. Mario Costa for the recognition of symmetries in set of points sampled from mechanical surfaces. The algorithms seem to be robust in the identification of symmetr...
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