Geometric Modeling for Product Realization
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Geometric Modeling for Product Realization Selected and Expanded Papers from the Ifip Tc5/Wg5.2 Working Conference on Geometric Modeling, Rensselae (Ifip ... B, Applications in Technology, B-8) by Ifip Tc5

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Written in English

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ContributionsMichael J. Pratt (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages325
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Open LibraryOL7532210M
ISBN 100444816623
ISBN 109780444816627

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