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Title: Collaborative simulation modelling for web-based control systems
Authors: Qin, S F
Wright, D K
Keywords: incremental modelling; local updating; simulation; collaborative design; control system simulation
Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: International Association of Science and Technology for Development
Citation: International Conference on Modelling, Identification and Control. Grindelwald, Switzerland, 23 Feb 2004.
Abstract: In order to support Web-based collaborative design in terms of transferring or updating models dynamically and efficiently, new incremental modelling and local updating strategies have been developed for simulation modelling application since simulation is more focused on visualisation effects than on geometry details. Based on an assembly connection concept, a drag-and-drop assembly method has also been proposed in simulation assembly. An assembly connection is defined as a group of assembly constraints and it makes assembly easier. A case study example is given to show the content of the proposed research.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/2896
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