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    • Revisiting decomposition analysis of geometric constraint graphs 

      Joan Arinyo, Robert; Soto Riera, Antoni; Vila Marta, Sebastià; Vilaplana Pastó, Josep (2002-02)
      External research report
      Open Access
      Geometric problems defined by constraints can be represented by geometric constraint graphs whose nodes are geometric elements and whose arcs represent geometric constraints. Reduction and decomposition are techniques ...
    • Tecnologías complementarias: dos asignaturas del nuevo grado en ingeniería de sistemas TIC enfocadas a las competencias genéricas 

      Escobet Canal, Teresa; Giralt Mas, Ma. Rosa; Palà Schönwälder, Pere; Vila Marta, Sebastià; Argelaguet Isanta, María Rosa (2011)
      Conference lecture
      Open Access
      En el marco de la adaptación de las titulaciones al EEES, en la EPSEM se decidió impartir el grado en ingeniería de sistemas TIC. Este nuevo grado tiene por objetivo formar profesionales con un perfil generalista e ...
    • Tools to deal with under-constrained geometric constraint graphs 

      Joan Arinyo, Robert; Soto Riera, Antoni; Vila Marta, Sebastià (2003-12)
      External research report
      Open Access
      We present tools for handling geometric constraint problems with under-constrained configurations. The basic idea is to add to the given set of constraints a set of extra constraints which can be defined either automatically ...
    • Transforming an under-constrained geometric constraint problem into a well-constrained one 

      Joan Arinyo, Robert; Soto Riera, Antoni; Vila Marta, Sebastià; Vilaplana Pastó, Josep (2002-12)
      External research report
      Open Access
      We present an approach for handling geometric constraint problems with under-constrained configurations. The approach works by completing the given set of constraints with constraints that can be defined either ...
    • Treedecomposition of geometric constraint graphs based on computing graph circuits 

      Tarres Puertas, Marta Isabel; Vila Marta, Sebastià; Joan Arinyo, Robert (ACM Press, NY, 2009-10-01)
      Conference report
      Open Access
      The graph-based geometric constraint solving technique works in two steps. First the geometric problem is translated into a graph whose vertices represent the set of geometric elements and whose edges are the constraints. ...