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Artificial Intelligence in Design ’94

  • John S. Gero
  • Fay Sudweeks

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. Conceptual design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. A. Chakrabarti, T. P. Bligh
      Pages 21-38
    3. K. Sun, B. Faltings
      Pages 39-56
    4. S. Bhatta, A. Goel, S. Prabhakar
      Pages 57-74
  3. Case-based design—1

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 75-75
    2. A. Giretti, L. Spalazzi, M. Lemma
      Pages 93-108
    3. E. A. Domeshek, J. L. Kolodner, C. M. Zimring
      Pages 109-126
  4. Case-based design— 2

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 127-127
    2. M. Gross, C. Zimring, E. Do
      Pages 129-144
    3. B. Dave, G. Schmitt, B. Faltings, I. Smith
      Pages 145-162
    4. M. L. Maher, B. Balachandran
      Pages 163-180
  5. Configuration design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 181-181
    2. J. T. Runkel, A. Balkany, W. P. Birmingham
      Pages 183-200
  6. Design by generation

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 237-237
    2. K. N. Brown, C. A. McMahon, J. H. Sims Williams
      Pages 239-256
  7. Theoretical reasoning in design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. T. Arciszewski, R. S. Michalski
      Pages 295-308
    3. H. Takeda, T. Nishida
      Pages 309-326
  8. Designing with constraints

  9. Shapes and objects in design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 399-399
    2. J. S. Gero, J. C. Damski
      Pages 419-435
    3. J. W. Schaaf
      Pages 437-446
  10. Cognitive aspects of design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 447-447
    2. A. T. Purcell, J. S. Gero, H. M. Edwards, E. Matka
      Pages 483-495
  11. Models of design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 497-497
    2. F. M. T. Brazier, P. H. G. Van Langen, Zs. Ruttkay, J. Treur
      Pages 535-552
  12. Integrated design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 553-553
    2. B. K. MacKellar, J. Peckham
      Pages 555-572
    3. M. J. Clayton, R. Fruchter, H. Krawinkler, P. Teicholz
      Pages 573-590
    4. R. V. Chaplin, M. Li, V. K. Oh, J. E. E. Sharpe, X. T. Yan
      Pages 591-608
  13. Access and retrieval in design

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 609-609
    2. C. Petrie, M. Cutkosky, H. Park
      Pages 611-623
    3. A. Voß, C.-H. Coulon, W. Gräther, B. Linowski, J. Schaaf, B. Bartsch-Spörl et al.
      Pages 625-640
    4. S. Bradley, A. Agogino, W. Wood
      Pages 641-658

About this book

Introduction

Design is an important research topic in engineering and architecture, since design is not only a means of change but also one of the keystones of economic competitiveness and the fundamental precursor to manufacturing. However, our understanding of design as a process and our ability to model it are still very limited. The development of computational models founded on the artificial intelligence paradigm has provided an impetus for much of current design research -- both computational and cognitive. Notwithstanding their immaturity noticeable advances have been made both in extending our understanding of design and in developing tools based on that understanding.
The papers in this volume are from the Third International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design held in August 1994 in Lausanne, Switzerland. They represent the cutting edge of research and development in this field. They are of particular interest to researchers, developers and users of computer systems in design. This volume demonstrates both the breadth and depth of artificial intelligence in design and points the way forward for our understanding of design as a process and for the development of computer-based tools to aid designers.

Keywords

architecture artificial intelligence conceptual design design process intelligence model

Editors and affiliations

  • John S. Gero
    • 1
  • Fay Sudweeks
    • 1
  1. 1.University of SydneyAustralia

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