By A. Benjamin Spaeth (auth.), Yuhua Luo (eds.)
This ebook constitutes the refereed lawsuits of the eighth overseas convention on Cooperative layout, Visualization, and Engineering, CDVE 2011, held in Hong Kong, China, in September 2011.
The 33 revised complete papers provided have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from quite a few submissions. The papers handle all points of disbursed computing, and have been prepared in topical sections on cooperative layout, cooperative functions, cooperative engineering, cooperative visualization, and simple conception and technology.
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In summary, research results both from the education sector and from the field of Human-Computer Interaction indicate that multi touch applications specifically targeted for collaborative learning are not only technically feasible but also potentially valuable, since they combine intuitive interaction concepts with new face-to-face cooperation mechanisms, leading to novel application areas, particularly within classrooms. In this paper, we describe the design and implementation of “Parcours”, a co-constructive application which, compared to the existing research results as discussed in this section, is unique in its combination of target group (primary school), learning goals (coordination and logical thinking) and group activity type (collaborative game).
Defining CE as the number of enterprise in cluster, CE = n ( n ≥ 0) Cluster output is the total output of all the enterprise in the cluster. Defining CO as the output of cluster, if the number of enterprise in cluster is n, CO = ∑PAi (i = 1,--,n): PAi: the production capacity of Agent i Cluster technological level can be calculated by the average technological level of all the enterprises in cluster. Defining CT as cluster technological level, CT = ∑TAi/n (i=1,--,n) Accompanied with these attributes, two methods are used to calculate the cluster output and technological.
2. Creating a model of hull Technical drawing The 3D scanning tool makes it possible to make technical and working drawings which do not exist. These drawings are typically made not by ship designers, but by shipyards for the needs of construction. Furthermore, often shipbuilders make changes during the construction. Thus, real shapes of the ships are sometimes different from theoretical drawings. The 3D scanning tool is a useful instrument for ship breaking enterprises which can be used during disassembly of structures and the whole ship.
Cooperative Design, Visualization, and Engineering: 8th International Conference, CDVE 2011, Hong Kong, China, September 11-14, 2011. Proceedings by A. Benjamin Spaeth (auth.), Yuhua Luo (eds.)