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2005 Annual Conference Proceedings
Selecting the right solid modeling software is a complex, multi-criteria decision making problem. There are many issues a decision-maker needs to take into account, such as ease of learning, educational materials built into the software, learning curve issues, performance of the software for different solid modeling functions, operations and utilities, and cost. Beyond selecting the right software, the decision-maker should also be concerned about (1) conceptual learning of the solid modelingdoi:10.18260/1-2--14637 fatcat:xikdp2xyrje25jla77tbhmk3ke