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The precision of machine tools is greatly constrained by errors either built into the machine tools or occurring on a periodic basis on account of temperature changes or variation in cutting forces, so it is essential to obtain these errors, and then eliminate or compensate for them. However, the interaction between many factors inducing errors, such as the heat source, thermal expansion coefficient, the machine system configuration and the running environment, creates complex behavior of adoi:10.1016/j.procir.2013.08.017 fatcat:ob7ckcchlvchtccy6monoyqy3q