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Unformatted text preview: h one corresponding to a principal topic. The first, Models for Tolerance Representation and Specification, deals with the role that models play in overcoming some of the shortcomings to CAT. Part 2, Tolerance Analysis, is a traditional activity of tolerancing in which values for geometric functional conditions are computationally simulated from tolerance-values that are imposed on dimensions and features of the parts of a mechanism or assembly. Part 3, Tolerance Synthesis, is about d etermining the part sp ecifications required to comply with the g eometric functional conditions of the mechanism. Part 4, Computational Metrology and Verification, concerns the measurements of features and the computational reduction of these to simple values for comparison to the specified tolerances. Part 5, Tolerances in Manufacturing, deals with the q uality of part handling within the processes of manufac turing and the simulation of manufacturing processes. Part 6, Applications to Machinery, is about the use of new models and methods to solve specific probl...
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