Computer Aided Automatic Design: Course Held at the by C. Bona, C. Galletti, A. Lucifredi

By C. Bona, C. Galletti, A. Lucifredi

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LA SIMLLl1ll ........... ~"'·~~----------~ PEIIItl Fig. Tl Fig. 38 tiiiU&l RIINIZIA IOtilUI Computer Aided Automatie Design 31 guages MEDES and TEADI together. Starting with a description of the mechanism by MEDES, the shape of each part memorized in the TEADI file is associated to the corresponding element of the skeleton. As both programs are acti ve, the skeleton posi tion can be modified and this causes the redrawing of the parts according to the new posi tion computed by MEDES. ). ALTERNATIVE HARDWARE Al though the video uni t ( as the IBM 2250) is the most powerful and simple input-output device, because of the high interactivity and of the simplicity of use by designers without particular knowledge of computers offered by the light pen, it has to be pointed out that the structure of the programs and the way in which the data are organized in memory pennit the use of a different hardware.

Ce Analysis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Overall Layout Analysis............ 29 Alternative Hardware.......... 31 Cont ent s • • . . • . • • . • • • . • . . • . . . . • . . . . . .

OVERALL LAYOUT ANALYSIS Fig. 38 - 40 show an application of both lan- C. Bona, 30 Fig. 35 c. Galletti, A. Lucifredi Fig. ,.. PUZD lA ICK P. LA SIMLLl1ll ........... ~"'·~~----------~ PEIIItl Fig. Tl Fig. 38 tiiiU&l RIINIZIA IOtilUI Computer Aided Automatie Design 31 guages MEDES and TEADI together. Starting with a description of the mechanism by MEDES, the shape of each part memorized in the TEADI file is associated to the corresponding element of the skeleton. As both programs are acti ve, the skeleton posi tion can be modified and this causes the redrawing of the parts according to the new posi tion computed by MEDES.

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