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authors Zreik, Khaldoun
year 1991
title What Could Artificial Intelligence Know about the Knowledge Involved in the Design Process?
source Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures: Education, Research, Applications [CAAD Futures ‘91 Conference Proceedings / ISBN 3-528-08821-4] Zürich (Switzerland), July 1991, pp. 395-410
summary The nature of the knowledge involved in the design process is very specific and it is incompletely known. Its control becomes very complicated owing to the large number of dynamic parameters and functions which define the relationships between one another. So we consider two relevant facts: 1.) all knowledge involved in the design process could not have been foreseen; 2.) the help of computer technology in this domain is badly oriented. Two major questions will be posed here: a. what kind of design knowledge do designers explicitly master? b. and which parts of it can computer technology represent today? // This paper aims to build a simple panorama of the knowledge involved in the architectural design process. Actors, resources and corresponding classifications of this knowledge and also its dynamic distribution will be presented. This paper also throws light upon how important are artificial intelligence sciences and tools for the improvement of the design process computability.
series CAAD Futures
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