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100%; open (2012) Find in CUMINCAD Using evolutionary design to interactively sketch car silhouettes and stimulate designer's creativity , Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 25(7), 1413-1424

100%; open Chandler RE and Herman R (1958) Find in CUMINCAD Traffic dynamics: Studies in car following , Operations Research, 6, pp. 165-184

100%; open Chang, Y.M., Mori, N. and Sumio, Y. (1992) Find in CUMINCAD Analysis of a preference model for car styling, Using concept of cognitive segment union , Bulletin of JSSD No 94, 43-50

100%; open CHIAN, R. (2005) Find in CUMINCAD How Mass Customization Changes the Design Process , MIT Media Lab’s Concept Car Project MCP. Hong Kong

100%; open Chin Ryan C.C. (2005) Find in CUMINCAD How Mass Customization Changes the Design Process: MIT Media Lab’s Concept Car Project , MCP2005, Hong Kong

100%; open Gann D. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD Construction as a Manufacturing Process? Similarities and Differences Between Industrialized Housing and Car Production in Japan , Construction Management and Economics, 14: 437-450

100%; open Goodship, P (2015) Find in CUMINCAD The Impact of an Urban Cable-car Transport System on the Spatial Configuration of and Informal Settlement. , Proceedings of the 10th International Space Syntax Symposium, London, pp. 131:1-131:17

100%; open Hsiao, SW (1994) Find in CUMINCAD Fuzzy set theory on car-color design , Color Research and Application 19(3): 202-213

100%; open Hyun, KH, Lee, J-H, Kim, M and Cho, S (2014) Find in CUMINCAD Style analysis methodology: identifying the car brand design trends through hierarchical clustering , Proceedings of CAADRIA 2014, Kyoto, p. 327-336

100%; open Hyun, KH, Lee, J-H, Kim, M and Cho, S (2015) Find in CUMINCAD Style synthesis and analysis of car designs for style quantification based on product appearance similarities , Advanced Engineering Informatics, 29(3), pp. 483-494

100%; open Leder, H and Carbon, C (2005) Find in CUMINCAD Dimensions in Appreciation of Car Interior Design , Applied Cognitive Psychology, 19, pp 603-618

100%; open Makovsky, P. (2010) Find in CUMINCAD A Complete Rethink: William Mitchell and the MIT Media Lab take on one of urban America’s hidden foes: the car , Metropolis, 48-52

100%; open Mueller, MG and De Haan, P (2009) Find in CUMINCAD How much do incentives affect car purchase? Agent-based microsimulation of consumer choice of new cars—Part I: Model structure, simulation of bounded rationality, and model validation , Energy Policy, vol. 37, pp. 1072-1082

100%; open Newcomb, T. P (1989) Find in CUMINCAD Technical History of the Motor Car , New York: IOP Publishing:

100%; open Poirson, E, Petiot, J, Aliouat, E, Boivin, L and Blumenthal, D (2010) Find in CUMINCAD Study of the convergence of Interactive Genetic Algorithm in iterative user's tests: application to car dashboard design , Proceedings of IDMME - Virtual Concept 2010, Bordeaux

100%; open Poirson, E, Petiot, J, Aliouat, E, Boivin, L and Blumenthal, D (2010) Find in CUMINCAD Study of the convergence of Interactive Genetic Algorithm in iterative user's tests: application to car dashboard design , Proceedings of IDMME - Virtual Concept 2010, Bordeaux

100%; open Trannois, H, Deleage, J and Llebrun, A (1999) Find in CUMINCAD A multi-agent framework for car traffic simulation , 3rd International Conference on the Practical Application of Intelligent Agents and Multi-Agent Technology PAAM 98, London, England, UC Berkeley Transportation Library, pp. 635-636

100%; open Wee, BV, Maat, K and De Bont, C (2012) Find in CUMINCAD Improving Sustainablity in Urban Areas: Discussing the Potential for Transforming Conventional Car-based Trave into Electric Mobility , European Planning Studies, vol. 20, pp. 95-110

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