A Model for the Flow of Design Information in the Open Assembly Design Environment (OpenADE)

This paper describes the OpenADE (Open Assembly Design Environment) project, a frameworkthat is addressing issues relating to the development of information-exchange standards for thenext generation of assembly-oriented design tools. The OpenADE
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  See discussions, stats, and author profiles for this publication at: A Model for the Flow of Design Information inthe Open Assembly Design Environment(OpenADE)  ARTICLE  · NOVEMBER 2001 Source: CiteSeer CITATION 1 READS 60 7 AUTHORS , INCLUDING:Steven B. ShooterBucknell University 65   PUBLICATIONS   709   CITATIONS   SEE PROFILE Steven J. FenvesCarnegie Mellon University 161   PUBLICATIONS   1,985   CITATIONS   SEE PROFILE Available from: Steven B. ShooterRetrieved on: 04 February 2016   A Model for the Flow of Design Information in the Open Assembly Design Environment (OpenADE) Steven B. ShooterWalid KeirouzSimon SzykmanSteven J. Fenves  NISTIR 6746   NISTIR 6746 A Model for the Flow of DesignInformation in the Open AssemblyDesign Environment (OpenADE) Steven B. Shooter Department of Mechanical EngineeringBucknell University Walid T. Keirouz Department of Computer ScienceLebanese American University, Byblos Campus Simon SzykmanSteven J. Fenves Manufacturing Systems Integration DivisionNational Institute of Standards and TechnologyAugust 2001 U.S. Department of Commerce  Donald L. Evans, Secretary National Institute of Standards and Technology Karen H. Brown, Acting Director 
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