Abstract

The authors propose an approach that uses coordinate measurements of the real surface to: (i) determine the real applied machine-tool settings, (ii) determine the deviations of the real surface from the theoretical one, (iii) minimize the deviations by correction of the machine-tool settings, and (iv) represent the real surface analytically in the same Gaussian coordinates as the theoretical one.

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