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Cell sizes on the order of half a millimeter and up and cell wall thicknesses on the order of 50-100 micrometer can be achieved resulting in very fine as well as very coarse structures. These metallic structures can be produced with any arbitrary two-dimensional cross-sections. These materials are suitable for multi-functional applications that involve not only good structural properties but also good thermal properties [48]. One of the main advantages of these LCAs is that any desired property can be obtained by suitably designing these materials.

4 Interface Mapping Tool In a generic framework where different applications provide vastly different functionalities, it is very likely that the output of one agent will not be exactly that which is required as the input to another agent. To achieve a seamless flow of information between agents, the outputs need to be converted into a format compatible with the inputs to other agent. In general, if there are n agents, the number of conversions required will be n*(n-1). ) on the overall strength.

For example, a design of experiments agent should provide information when a specific technique should be used. A simulation program should also provide information about the range of values of input variables for which the program is valid. We are developing an Extended/Engineering Web Service Description Language (E-WSDL) to meet this need. Co-ordination and conflict management play an important role in distributed engineering design frameworks. , [61] have categorized these conflicts into two broad categories: a) conflicts during management of information content, and b) coordination between activities.

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