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'''Title(s):''' [[Title::ADAMS]]
 
'''Title(s):''' [[Title::ADAMS]]
 
'''Version(s):''' - Information about the version of the engineering format.
 
* '''Version ID:''' [[Version ID::]] - Identification or version number of the engineering format.
 
* '''Date released:''' [[Version Date released::]] - Date that the version was released.
 
 
'''Date:''' [[Format Date::]] - Date the format was created (YYYY-MM-DD)
 
 
'''Creator(s):''' [[Creator::]] - The creator or original author of the engineering format.
 
 
'''Contributor(s):''' [[Contributor::]] - The current maintainers of the engineering format.
 
 
'''Description:''' [[Description::]] - Main description of the format, which can give extra information not categorized.
 
 
'''Example(s):''' - Information and example models of the engineering format.
 
* '''File:''' [[Example File::]] - Links to examples of the engineering format, in file format.
 
* '''Text:''' [[Example Text::]] - Description of the file being used as an example.
 
* '''Creation date:''' [[Example Creation Date::]] - The date that the file was created.
 
* '''Modification date:''' [[Example Modification Date::]] - The most recent date that the file was modified.
 
 
'''Identifier:''' [[Identifier::]] - A URL or other identifier that refers to the engineering format.
 
 
'''Documentation:''' - Information in general about the engineering format.
 
* '''URL:''' [[Documentation URL::]] - Web site address of the documentation (on our server or on another server).
 
* '''Name:''' [[Documentation Name::]] - Name of the original developer. Examples: Autodesk, Inc.
 
* '''Type {Company, Organization, Person}:''' [[Documentation Type::]] - Type of developer.
 
* '''Physical address(es):''' - Physical addresses of the developer.
 
** '''Physical address:''' [[[Documentation Physical Address::]] - Physical address of the developer.
 
*** '''Name''' [[Documentation Address Name::]]
 
*** '''Address line 1''' [[Documentation Address Line 1::]]
 
*** '''Address line 2''' [[Documentation Address Line 2::]]
 
*** '''City''' [[Documentation Address City::]]
 
*** '''State''' [[Documentation Address State::]]
 
*** '''Zip''' [[Documentation Address Zip::]]
 
*** '''Country''' [[Documentation Address Country::]]
 
* '''Email address(es):''' [[Documentation E-mail Address::]] - E-mail addresses of the developer.
 
* '''Website(s):''' [[Documentation Website::]] - Website of the developer.
 
  
 
'''File Extensions:''' [[File Extension::adm]]
 
'''File Extensions:''' [[File Extension::adm]]
  
'''Applications:''' - Applications that the engineering format uses.
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'''File classification:'''
 
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* '''Native application(s):''' - Applications which are designed to specifically run this engineering format.
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** '''Name(s):''' - Names of the application.
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*** '''Name:''' [[Native Application Name::]] - Name of the application.
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** '''Version:''' [[Native Application Version::]] - Version of the application.
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** '''Author(s):''' - Authors of the application.
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*** '''Entity:''' [[Native Application Author::]] - Author of the application.
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** '''Current owner(s):''' - Current owners of the application.
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*** '''Entity:''' [[Native Application Current Owner::]] - Current owner of the application.
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** '''Description:''' [[Native Application Description::]] - Description of the application.
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** '''Geometric modeling kernels:''' [[Native Application Gemoetric Modeling Kernel::]] - Geometric modeling kernel of the application. A geometric modeling kernel is the software component that performs the 3D modeling. Examples: ACIS, Granite, Parasolid, Romulus
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** '''Computer platform(s):''' - Platform information for this application.
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*** '''Operating system:''' [[Native Application Platform Operating System::]] - Operating systems that the application supports. Examples: Linux, Ubuntu 8, Mac OS X, Windows XP
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*** '''Processor architecture:''' [[Native Application Platform Architecture::]] - The architecture of the supported processor. Examples: x86, x86-64, PowerPC
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** '''Can read:''' [[Native Application Can Read::]] - Can the application read files with the format?
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** '''Can write:''' [[Native Application Can Write::]] - Can the application write files using the format?
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* '''Interoperable applications:''' - Applications which are not designed to specifically run this engineering format, but can.
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** '''Name(s):''' - Names of the application.
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*** '''Name:''' [[Interoperable Application Name::]] - Name of the application.
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** '''Version:''' [[Interoperable Application Version::]] - Version of the application.
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** '''Author(s):''' - Authors of the application.
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*** '''Entity:''' [[Interoperable Application Author::]] - Author of the application.
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** '''Current owner(s):''' - Current owners of the application.
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*** '''Entity:''' [[Interoperable Application Current Owner::]] - Current owner of the application.
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** '''Description:''' [[Interoperable Application Description::]] - Description of the application.
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** '''Geometric modeling kernels:''' [[Interoperable Application Gemoetric Modeling Kernel::]] - Geometric modeling kernel of the application. A geometric modeling kernel is the software component that performs the 3D modeling. Examples: ACIS, Granite, Parasolid, Romulus
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** '''Computer platform(s):''' - Platform information for this application.
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*** '''Operating system:''' [[Interoperable Application Platform Operating System::]] - Operating systems that the application supports. Examples: Linux, Ubuntu 8, Mac OS X, Windows XP
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*** '''Processor architecture:''' [[Interoperable Application Platform Architecture::]] - The architecture of the supported processor. Examples: x86, x86-64, PowerPC
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** '''Can read:''' [[Interoperable Application Can Read::]] - Can the application read files with the format?
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** '''Can write:''' [[Interoperable Application Can Write::]] - Can the application write files using the format?
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'''Parent formats:''' [[Parent Formats::]] - Any direct ancestors of the engineering format, has the same information saved with it as a regular engineering format.
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'''Magic numbers:''' [[Magic Numbers::]] - Unique identifying characters at the beginning of files for this engineering format.
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'''Format(s):''' [[Format::]] - The MIME file types.
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'''Rights:''' [[Rights::]] - The name or type of the license for the engineering format. Examples: BSD-style license, Apache License, Proprietary license
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'''File classification:''' - Specific properties that pertain to this engineering format.
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* '''Type {Binary, Text}:''' [[File Classification Type::]] - The type of file, choices are binary and text.
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* '''Raster data:''' - Section describes whether or not the engineering format supports raster data.
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** '''Raster data 2D:''' - Can the format support 2D raster data? Example: A format that can contain 2D pixelated data supports 2D raster data.
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*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Raster Data 2D - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Raster Data 2D - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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** '''Raster data 3D:''' - Can the format support 3D raster data? Example: A format that can contain 2D pixelated data of a 3D model supports 3D raster data.
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*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Raster Data 3D - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Raster Data 3D - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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* '''Geometric representation:''' - Section describes whether or not the engineering format supports geometric representations.
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** '''Implicit representation:''' - Section describes whether or not the engineering format supports implicit representations.
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*** '''Implicit surfaces:''' - Can the format support implicit surfaces? Example: A format that can contain surfaces that are generated with mathematical equations that contain the independent variables x, y, and z, like x^2 + y^2 + z^2 * R^2 = 0, supports implicit surfaces.
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Implicit Surfaces - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Implicit Surfaces - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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*** '''Implicit curves:''' - Can the format support implicit curves? Example: A format that can contain curves that are generated with mathematical equations that contain the independent variables x, y, and z, supports implicit curves.
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Implict Curves - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Implicit Curves - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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*** '''Point set:''' - Can the format support point sets? Example: A format that supports surfaces and lines that are generated by points that form triangles supports point sets.
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Point Set - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Point Set - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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** '''Mesh:''' - Section describes whether or not the engineering format supports mesh.
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*** '''Manifold surface meshes:''' - Can the format support manifold surface meshes? Example: A format that supports surfaces that are mathematical spaces in which every point has a neighborhood which resembles Euclidean space
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Mainfold Surface Meshes - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Manifold Surface Meshes - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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*** '''Manifold volume meshes:''' - Can the format support manifold volume meshes? Example: A format that supports volumes that are mathematical spaces in which every point has a neighborhood which resembles Euclidean space
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Manifold Volume Meshes - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Manifold Volume Meshes - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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*** '''Non-manifold meshes:''' - Can the format support non-manifold meshes? Example: A format that supports meshes that are not manifolds
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Non-manifold Meshes - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Non-manifold Meshes - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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** '''Parametric representation:''' - Section describes whether or not the engineering format supports parametric representations.
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*** '''Parametric surfaces:''' - Can the format support parametric surfaces? Example: A format that can contain surfaces that are generated with parametric equations supports parametric surfaces.
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Parametric Surfaces - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Parametric Surfaces - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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*** '''Parametric curves:''' - Can the format support parametric curves? Example: A format that can contain curves that are generated with parametric equations supports parametric curves.
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**** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Parametric Curves - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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**** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Parametric Curves - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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** '''Contour sets:''' - Can the format support contour sets?
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*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Contour Sets - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Contour Sets - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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** '''NURBS:''' - Can the format support Non Uniform Rational Basis Splines? Examples: The engineering formats IGES, STEP, ACIS, and PHIGS
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*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification NURBS - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification NURBS - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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* '''Multi-resolution models:''' - Can the format support models with multiple resolutions? Examples: A format that supports a highly detailed and lowly detailed model simultaneously supports multi-resolution models.
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** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Multi-resolution Models - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
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** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Multi-resolution Models - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
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* '''Dynamics:'''
 
* '''Dynamics:'''
 
** '''Kinematics:'''  
 
** '''Kinematics:'''  
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Kinematics - Is Supported::true]]
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Kinematics - Is Supported::true]]
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Kinematics - Description::]]
 
** '''Assembly:''' - Can the format support assembly? Example: Does the format allow the assembly instructions to be explicitly specified with a model?
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Assembly - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Assembly - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 
** '''Force(s):''' - Can the format support forces? Example: Does the format support acceleration forces?
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Force - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Force - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 
* '''Boundary representation''' - Can the format support models with boundary representations?
 
** '''Manifold surface boundary representations:''' - Can the format support manifold surface boundary representations? Example: The engineering format STEP
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Manifold Surface Boundary Representation - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Manifold Surface Boundary Representation - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 
** '''Manifold volume boundary representations:''' - Can the format support manifold volume boundary representations? Example: The engineering format STEP
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Manifold Volume Boundary Representation - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Manifold Volume Boundary Representation - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 
** '''Non-manifold boundary representations:''' - Can the format support non-manifold boundary representations? Example: The engineering format STEP
 
*** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Non-manifold Boundary Representation - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
*** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Non-manifold Boundary Representation - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 
* '''Material transparency:''' - Can the format support transparency? Example: Does the format allow models to have a clear window in a car?
 
** '''Is Supported:''' [[File Classification Material Transparency - Is Supported::]] - Is the feature supported in the engineering format?
 
** '''Description:''' [[File Classification Material Transparency - Description::]] - This field is used to describe the support or lack of support of the feature.
 

Latest revision as of 15:17, 20 January 2009


Title(s): ADAMS

File Extensions: adm

File classification:

  • Dynamics:
    • Kinematics:
      • Is Supported: true