Advances in Machine Tool Design and Research 1967. by S. A. Tobias and F. Koenigsberger (Eds.)

By S. A. Tobias and F. Koenigsberger (Eds.)

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2. 0005 in. were still present. There are five possible sources of error in the compensation procedure, namely: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Experimental errors. Graphical approximations. Incorrect sign nomenclature in either theory or experiment. Necessary approximations in formulae. Necessary rounding to the third place of decimals. 0005 in. error can be directly attributed to the rounding off* process. This fact could be checked manually by running the compensated programmes through again without rounding the coordinates.

There are two methods of approach. The first is to ' D U M P ' the procedure by means of the computer, to give an output tape giving the procedure in basic machine code nomenclature which is binary. For future use, the binary tape is input at speed, and the long compilation period of Algol to machine language to binary code is eliminated. However, two disadvantages are prevalent. (a) Dumped programmes overwrite the main programme in the store, which is extremely undesirable. (b) The dumping technique will forsake any effort to set up the cell interchanging techniques outlined previously since after dumping, the tape will be in the basic incompre­ hensible binary code which is inflexible.

The Count Integer This is labelled as ( 0 in the procedure call and manipulation, but on exit from the )rocedure, to maintain global continuation of the count, (β) is equated to another integer 716 D . FRENCH and S. H . HUMPHRIES (Z). The integer (Z) must be declared in all main programmes and equated to zero imme­ diately after the procedure declaration or block. 2. First X and First Y These are the labels for the X and Y coordinates respectively of the setpoint of the profile. 3. COORD X and COORD Y These are the output labels of the compensated X and Y coordinates respectively.

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