Boundary Representation

In solid modeling and computer-aided design, boundary representation—often abbreviated as B-rep or BREP—is a method for representing shapes using the limits. A solid is represented as a collection of connected surface elements, the boundary between solid and non-solid.

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Boundary Representation - Further Reading
... Further information about Boundary Representation can be found in a variety of papers and the following books Ian Stroud "Boundary Representation Modelling Techniques ...
BREP - Standardization
... Standard for the Exchange of Product Model data also defines some data models for boundary representations ... are defined in ISO 10303-42 Geometric and topological representation ... The following Application Integrated Resources (AICs) define boundary models that are constraints of the generic geometric and topological capabilities ISO 10303-511 Topologically bounded ...

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