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|Title:||Digital technology and modeling for fabric structures||Authors:||Baciu, G
|Issue Date:||2011||Publisher:||Woodhead Pub. in association with the Textile Institute||Source:||In J Hu (Ed.), Computer technology for textiles and apparel, p. 122-145. Cambridge: Woodhead Pub. in association with the Textile Institute, 2011 How to cite?||Abstract:||Garment texture and appearance are largely determined by the fabric geometry and yarn interlacing structure. The possibility of determining the yarn interlacing and weave parameters to obtain the desired realistic appearance and properties of fabric is still an open challenge in modern textile research. The purpose of this chapter is to reveal the mathematical description for fabric structure. Techniques to describe weave patterns are proposed based on the yarn interlacing rules, i.e. fabric structures. Definitions and theoretical models for identifying pattern orientations in weave pattern comparison and design are discussed and examined in this chapter, which would improve the efficiency and accuracy of pattern classification and matching in the textile design industry.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10397/69541||ISBN:||1845697294 (hb)
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