### Table 1 Comparison of Representation schemes for GT Requirements of

"... In PAGE 3: ... Such a representation approach can also capture the similarity of parts at different levels of detail to represent part information necessary for different applications. Table1 provides a comparison of the three representation schemes viz. coding systems, binary representation, and symbolic representation.... ..."

### Table 1: Valid Constraint Representation Schemes

"... In PAGE 11: ... A solution of a Constraint/Entity graph is a value (v1; : : : ; vn) 2 D1 Dn such that fc(v1; : : : ; vn) = 1 8c 2 C. Table1 illustrates several schemes in the literature to be valid Constraint Repre- sentation Schemes. 4 Reductions A method of comparing constraint representation schemes is required such that not only can more expressive schemes be identi ed but also so that there exists a method of translating one scheme to another.... ..."

### TABLE 1 CURRENT REPRESENTATION SCHEMES FOR COMPLEX CURVED OBJECTS Representation scheme Type of

1997

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### Table 1: Current representation schemes for complex curved objects.

1997

"... In PAGE 6: ...1 Representation Schemes for Free-Form Surfaces Some recent approaches have speci cally sought to address the issue of representing sculpted surfaces. Table1 presents an overview of these approaches. 2.... ..."

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### Table 1: Qualitative comparison of 3-D digital curve representation schemes.

1997

"... In PAGE 15: ... Thus, of the four methods only CQ satis es the projection property. Table1 compares the four 3-D digital curve representation schemes according to requirements (a) through (f). (g) One way to de ne the distance between the discrete chain and the original continuous curve is according to the maximum distance between any chain lattice point and the curve.... ..."

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### Table 1: Qualitative comparison of 3-D digital curve representation schemes.

1998

"... In PAGE 8: ...he projection property is that QRijl = RijQl, i.e., the projection of a 3-D chain onto a plane perpendicular to any one of the coordinate system axes should be identical to the 2-D digital representation of the projection of the continuous curve onto that plane. Table1 compares Grid Intersect Quantization (GIQ), Thinned Cube Quantization (TCQ)... ..."

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### Table 3: Symbols defined in the phenomenological part of the graphical representation scheme.

1996

"... In PAGE 3: ... Hence, in order to achieve this mapping between the rep- resentation scheme and a consistent mathematical model, the symbols in the TRAV must be related to equations. For instance, in Table3 we find the symbol for ACCUMULA- TION of chemical species. This symbol would be related to an ordinary differentialequation (ODE) in the modeling methodology.... ..."

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### Table 3: Symbols defined in the phenomenological part of the graphical representation scheme.

"... In PAGE 3: ... Hence, in order to achieve this mapping between the rep- resentation scheme and a consistent mathematical model, the symbols in the TRAV must be related to equations. For instance, in Table3 we find the symbol for ACCUMULA- TION of chemical species. This symbol would be related to an ordinary differential equation (ODE) in the modeling methodology.... ..."

### Table 1: Symbols defined in the topological part of the graphical representation scheme.

1996

"... In PAGE 1: ... The complete evaporator would be a composite device containing two elementary devices and one elementary connection. The graphical symbols for elementary and composite components are given in Table1 . In order to connect the topology components into a complete network, we intro- duce various links or lines.... ..."

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### Table 1: Symbols defined in the topological part of the graphical representation scheme.

"... In PAGE 1: ... The complete evaporator would be a composite device containing two elementary devices and one elementary connection. The graphical symbols for elementary and composite components are given in Table1 . In order to connect the topology components into a complete network, we intro- duce various links or lines.... ..."