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Persistent Naming Based on Graph Transformation Rules to Reevaluate Parametric Specification

Abstract : The ability of 3D modeling tools to generate automatically various versions of a similar model is an increasing need in several and diferent domains such as Archaeology, Architecture or Geology. To address this issue, we propose to use both the Jerboa library designed to assist the development of application-specific modelers and the reevaluation methods used for parametric systems in the CAD domain. Unlike most approaches, Jerboa is independent from any application domain and allows rapid development of new operations using graph transformation rules to automatically check the consistency of different objects properties. But it do es not support any reevaluation mechanism and especially not a persistent naming system , that is used to identify entities of the initial model and match them with entities of the reevaluated model. Using the capacity of graph transformation rules, we address naming problems through a very precise characterization of the basic elements forming the model.
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Anaïs Cardot, David Marcheix, Xavier Skapin, Agnès Arnould, Hakim Belhaouari. Persistent Naming Based on Graph Transformation Rules to Reevaluate Parametric Specification. Computer-Aided Design and Applications, CAD Solutions LLC (imprimé) and Taylor & Francis Online (en ligne), 2019, 16 (5), pp.985-1002. ⟨10.14733/cadaps.2019.985-1002⟩. ⟨hal-01992678⟩



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