CumInCAD is a Cumulative Index about publications in Computer Aided Architectural Design
supported by the sibling associations ACADIA, CAADRIA, eCAADe, SIGraDi, ASCAAD and CAAD futures

authors Gero, John S. and Maher, Mary Lou
year 1996
title Current CAAD Research at the Key Centre of Design Computing University of Sydney
source CAADRIA ‘96 [Proceedings of The First Conference on Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia / ISBN 9627-75-703-9] Hong Kong (Hong Kong) 25-27 April 1996, pp. 35-52
summary Designing is one of the most significant of human acts. It is one of the bases for change in our society. However, designers are amongst the least recongised for society’s change agents. Surprisingly, given that designing has been occurring for many millennia, our understanding of the processes of designing is remarkably limited. Part of our understanding of designing comes not only from studying human designers as they design but from postulating design methods which describe some aspect of the design process without claiming to model the processes used by human designers. The early approaches to design methods were prescriptive when applied to human designers. More recently, design methods have been formalised not as humano-centred processes but as processes capable of computer implementation. Amongst the goals of these endeavours are to develop a better understanding of the processes of designing, to develop methods which can be computerised and to aid human designers through the introduction of novel methods which have no human counterpart. Much of this research is driven by the fact that human designs are very often incomplete, inadequate or just plainly poorly conceived for the task they are meant to address.
series CAADRIA
email john@arch.usyd.edu.au
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100%; open Alem, L. and Maher, M.L. (1994) Find in CUMINCAD A model of creative design using a genetic metaphor , T. Dartnall (ed.) Artificial Intelligence and Creativity: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Kiuwer, pp. 281-291
100%; open Damski, J. and Gero, J.S. (1994) Find in CUMINCAD Visual reasoning as visual re-interpretation through re-representation , AID'94 Workshop on Reasoning with Shapes in Design, Lausanne, pp. 16-20
100%; open Damski, J. and Gero, J.S. (1994) Find in CUMINCAD A model of shape emergence based on human perception , Information Technology in Design Vol. 2, ICSTI, Moscow, pp. 96-105
100%; open Damski, J.C, and Gero, J.S. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD A logic-based framework for shape representation , Computer-Aided Design 28(3):169-181
100%; open Damski, J.C. and Gero, J.S. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD Shape reasoning in CAD systems , IEA-AIE'96, Gordon and Breach, Langhorne, PA (to appear)
100%; open Gero, J.S. (1994) Find in CUMINCAD Computational models of creative design process , T. Dartnall (ed.), Al and Creativity, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 269-281
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100%; open Gero, J.S. (1995) Find in CUMINCAD Improving design problem formulations using machine learning , J. P. Mohsen (ed.), 2nd Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, New York, pp.525-529.
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100%; open Gero, J.S. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD Creativity, emergence and evolution in design: concepts and framework , Knowledge-Based Systems (to appear)
100%; open Gero, J.S. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD Advances in formal design methods for computer-aided design , Gero, J. S. (ed.) Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 293-298
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100%; open Gero, J.S. and Jun, H. (1995) Find in CUMINCAD Visual semantic emergence to support creative design: a computational view , Preprints Computational Models of Creative Design, University of Sydney, pp. 87-116
100%; open Gero, J.S. and Jun, H. (1995) Find in CUMINCAD Getting computers to read the architectural semantics of drawings , L. Kalisperis and B. Kolarevic (eds), Computing in Design: Enabling, Capturing and Sharing Ideas, ACADIA, Washington. pp. 97-112
100%; open Gero, J.S. and Kazakov, V. (1996) Find in CUMINCAD Evolving building blocks for design using genetic engineering: a formal approach , J. S. Gero (ed.), Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 31-50
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