The program of the 2017 edition of the International Conference on Computer-Aided Verification consists of the presentation of accepted papers , keynotes including the announcement and a keynote of the CAV Award winners, tutorials , workshop on the occasion of 60th birthday of David Dill , verification mentoring workshops , as well as workshops SYNT on synthesis, SMT on satisfiability modulo theories, VSTTE on verified software, DARS on robust systems, FEVER on explainable verification, and NSV/Rise4CPS on numerical software verification and cyberphysical systems.
The aim is to collect and disseminate information on computer aided design in one journal. To provide the user community with methods and algorithms for representing curves and surfaces. To illustrate computer aided geometric design by means of interesting applications. To combine curve and surface methods with computer graphics. To explain scientific phenomena by means of computer graphics. To concentrate on the interaction between theory and application. To expose unsolved problems of the practice. To develop new methods in computer aided geometry .
CAPP is a highly effective technology for discrete manufacturers with a significant number of products and process steps. Rapid strides are being made to develop generative planning capabilities and incorporate CAPP into a computer-integrated manufacturing architecture. The first step is the implementation of GT or FT classification and coding. Commercially-available software tools currently exist to support both GT and CAPP. As a result, many companies can achieve the benefits of GT and CAPP with minimal cost and risk. Effective use of these tools can improve a manufacturer’s competitive advantage.