Lan, Xiangqi, Jiang, Xiang, Zeng, Wenhan and Blunt, Liam (2015) Construct Surface Characterization System by Assembling Functional Components Dynamically. Procedia CIRP, 27. pp. 198-201.

Surface characterization of manufactured components is regarded as an important process to figure out surface features, which are closely related to the manufacture process and will affect their functionality. Due to the complicated computation, the actual operations are mostly completed by the aid of surface characterization software. Nowadays, these systems are mainly exploited by instrument companies and embedded in surface measurement instruments. Although it is convenient for users to evaluate surfaces straightforwardly after measurement, the results are usually incomparable with those from other surface instruments because of the different characterization systems. Moreover, the system evolution will cost too much due to the lack of flexibility and extendibility. This paper presents a component based architecture which facilitates the system construction by assembling functional components dynamically.

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