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Reverse Engineering: An Industrial Perspective September 15, 2008

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Reverse Engineering: An Industrial Perspective
Author(s): Vinesh Raja (Editor), Kiran J. Fernandes
Publisher: Springer
Date     : 2007
Pages    : 242
Format   : PDF
OCR      : Y
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ISBN     : 184628855X

Product Description

Reverse engineering is the process of discovering the technological principles of an object or component through analysis of its structure and function. Such analysis can then be used to redesign the object very quickly using computer-aided design in concert with rapid-manufacturing processes to produce small numbers of components adapted to the needs of a particular customer. This way of working has huge benefits of speed and flexibility over traditional mass-production-based design and manufacturing processes.

This edited collection of essays from world-leading academic and industrial authors yields insight into all aspects of reverse engineering:

 The methods of reverse engineering analysis are covered, with special emphasis on the investigation of surface and internal structures.

 Frequently-used hardware and software are assessed and advice given on the most suitable choice of system.

 Rapid prototyping is introduced and its relationship with successful reverse engineering is discussed.

 Importantly, legal matters surrounding reverse engineering are addressed as are other barriers to the adoption of these techniques.

 Applications of reverse engineering in three significant areas: automotive, aerospace, and medical engineering are reported in depth.

Reverse Engineering is a “must have” title for anyone working with advanced modern manufacturing technologies, either with a view to researching and improving them further or to making their company leaner and more agile in a competitive manufacturing marketplace.

About the Author

Professor Vinesh Raja is a Professorial Fellow in Informatics at the University of Warwick. He is in-charge of the Informatics Group, which encompasses the Virtual Reality Center (VRC) and the Collaborative Product Commerce Center (CPC) at the Warwick Manufacturing Group. He focuses on augmenting and extending everyday, learning and work activities with interactive technologies that move beyond the desktop. This involves designing enhanced user experiences through appropriating and assembling a diversity of technologies including haptics, handheld and pervasive computing. The main focus of his research is not the technology per se but the design and integration of the digital representations that are presented via them to support social and cognitive activities in ways that extend current capabilities.

Dr. Kiran Jude Fernandes is the 40th Anniversary Research Lecturer in Management at the University of York. He has been a pioneer in the systematic study of Information Modelling Techniques and Tools and has studied their evolution using techniques from the Biological Sciences Domain. His research and teaching interests include strategic uses of information systems, information management, and the impact of information technology on the risks and benefits of outsourcing and strategic alliances. Prior to joining the University of York, Kiran worked at the University of Warwick and the NASA John C. Stennis Space Center.
Product Details

* Hardcover: 242 pages
* Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (December 6, 2007)
* Language: English
* ISBN-10: 184628855X
* ISBN-13: 978-1846288555

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1. Armil of Reverse Engineering - January 25, 2010

I found this book worth to read, as this further discuss totality application of reverse engineering for redesigning a more quality and robust system.


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