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authors Heylighen, A. and Neuckermans, H.
year 2001
title A case base of Case-Based Design tools for architecture
source Computer-Aided Design, Vol. 33 (14) (2001) pp. 1111-1122
summary In the 1990s, Case-Based Design (CBD) seemed an appealing approach to develop intelligent design support. Based on an alternative view of human cognition, CBDsystems find new design solutions by adapting similar experiences from the past. Although several CBD applications have been built, a convincing breakthrough by thesesystems has yet to come. In search of reasons for this limited success, this article embarks on a critical review of the CBD approach. Its underlying cognitive model servesas a framework to analyse six CBD systems and to identify gaps in CBD research. The article focuses primarily on CBD applications for architecture, yet the findings maybe relevant for other design domains as well.
keywords Design Automation, Case-Based Design, Architecture
series journal paper
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