RE: SUO: Representation for Precision
Many thanks for the reference. If you'd be willing to extract or
summarize key parts of the standard that would be relevant to SUO we'd be
glad to formalize it. Because there are so many areas of knowledge that
need treatment in the SUO, it would be great if we could continue to sign
up people to be what might be called "technical area editors" who could
either propose small theories that would be combined into future proposals,
or even people who could collect and digest material into semi-formal
English statements that could then be expressed in logic.
What do you think?
At 05:42 PM 8/22/2001 +0100, Tim King wrote:
>My own background would lead me to start with the following ISO-10303 part:
>Application Interpreted Construct 519 (Geometric tolerances)
>Other work is on-going to create an ISO-10303 Application Protocol (219)
>that is to be harmonised with the DMIS standard (DMIS standard (American
>National Standards Institute (ANSI)/CAMI-I 101-1995).
>... however, this strikes me as getting into the non-Upper domain.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Randall R Schulz
> > Sent: 22 August 2001 16:49
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: RE: SUO: Representation for Precision
> > Tim,
> > That's good to know and comforting. Please supply references...
> > Anybody?
> > Randall Schulz
> > Mountain View, CA USA
> > At 07:06 2001-08-22, you wrote:
> > >Again, before we embark on large quantities of less than
> > well-informed
> > >debate in this area, there are large bodies of knowledge and
> > information
> > >modelling in respect of engineering tolerances.
> > >
> > >Cheers,
> > >Tim.
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