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Computer-Aided Design
Comput Aided Des

ISSN: 0010-4485.

Computer-Aided Design is an established international journal that provides engineers, designers and computer scientists in academia and industry with key papers on research and developments in the application of computers to the design process. Computer-Aided Design invites papers reporting new research and novel or particularly significant applications within a wide range of topics, including: CAD in conceptual design Design automation and optimization AI in design Geometric methods and applied computational geometry Surface and solid modelling Parametric, constraint-based, and feature modelling CAD interfaces to testing and analysis, including finite-element methods Design and planning for manufacturing, including numerical control, rapid prototyping and robotics Design and planning for assembly, maintainability, recycling etc Engineering data management and exchange, including design databases, component selection, product models, and life-cycle modelling Space and facilities planning and layout CAD user interfaces, including computer graphics, virtual and augmented reality Significant benchmarks, APIs, formats and standards in CAD Contributions are acceptable across a wide range of disciplines, including: Mechanical and production engineering Civil engineering, architecture and building Industrial and aesthetic design Papers in areas such as electrical and chemical engineering are also welcome provided they have a significant geometric component, and present developments likely to be of interest across other areas of CAD; Computer-Aided Design does not cover topics such as logic and process design. Types of Papers Ideal research papers will report significant developments, describe the relevant theoretical background, present a workable algorithm and give examples taken from real applications, stressing the practicality of the approach being presented. Application papers will present the results of using a CAD technique in practice, present ground-breaking results and/or analyse the application in a way that is likely to stimulate and influence research. Review papers are encouraged. They should give genuine insight into specific areas of CAD research and development. Letters to the Editor are invited on topics that arise from material published in the journal. Books for review should be sent to the Book Review Editor.

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