Euclidean move surface decomposition of non-planar surfaces for the electronic system design
Electronic systems with devices placed on a nonplanar surface became more important in the last years because such systems are appropriate to fulfill the increased requirements given by the interaction of functional and geometrical design of an electronic system. The new requirements for functional design results from smaller form factors, product designer constraints, and the integration of more functionality into the same space. It is necessary to find an area with a warp of the surface smaller as a given threshold for the placement of electronic devices(components)-like chips, capacitors, resistors, and so on-onto the non-planar surface. In this paper we present a novel surface decomposition approach to determine maximal areas that have a warpage smaller than a given threshold on a non-planar surface that is shown in an example at the end.