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All of these geometric constraints can be expressed as (often non-linear) equations on the natural pose parameters of surface features. Mating relations between surface features can be described by static geometric constraints such as those just discussed. For example, "against" and "fits" conditions, which are equivalent to coplanarity and coaxiality for planar and cylindrical features, have been used in the RAPT system [1, 29] and in [21, 22]. Static constraints typically do not fix all of the degrees of freedom of a feature.
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