Analysis of Computational Design from its origin until today concludes that, as it happened in the past, technological developments continue to shape architectural theory and practice and, simultaneously, are guided by their needs and aspirations.Expand
Results of this study illustrate that both reuse methods can be strategically integrated into design education and architectural practice, supporting learning and use of algorithmic design systems in architecture.Expand
It is demonstrated that, for the same design problem, restraining the conceptual design medium would not necessarily bind them to a certain design strategy, but there are some disciplinary differences between AD and AT final year students, on how CAAD is used during to solve conceptual design.Expand
The paper argues that the future CAAD systems should be capable to recognize innovative design precedents, and incorporate knowledge that is resulted from design negotiations, to help students to gain a critical mass of knowledge that would underpin informed design decisions. Expand
Findings include differences in perceived object presence, performance measures, perceived performance and variations in the communication patterns in an urban design studio using Augmented Reality.Expand
Collaborative tools are information systems which allow document sharing through local area networks, intranets and extranets. Collaborative design can be a solution to increase the productivity and… Expand
The advancements in ICT are reshaping the architectural design studio teaching and design practices. The digital-imperative to switch from analogue to digital mode has already begun to manifest… Expand
Virtual models can offer early and inexpensive proxies of how the real environment will be experienced by its users. However, until relatively recently, the usefulness of virtual models has been… Expand
The production of Innovative projects is the ultimate goal of architects and the previous research highlighted that certain negotiation, collaboration and communications activities are essential to… Expand
Abstract In order for a project to be satisfactory to end-users and completed with high quality, the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry heavily relies on digital modeling,… Expand
10th International Multimedia Modelling Conference, 2004. Proceedings.
A framework of developing virtual environments in which design semantics (high level relationships between objects) are incorporated into intelligent agents and these agents monitor designers' actions and provide design guidance and assistance is presented.Expand
Computer Aided Architectural Design (CAAD) has produced three types and three generations of CAAD researchers, teachers and practitioners. The three types – CAAD inventors, implementers and users –… Expand
This book describes the bases, approaches, techniques, and implementations of knowledge-based design systems, and advocates and develops new directions in design systems generally. A formal model of… Expand
The development of research in computer aided architectural design has evolved in the context of architectural design. A review of Tom Maver's work is undertaken from the perspective of his shortest… Expand
A computational process model of Situated Learning in Design (SLiDe) is presented, which elucidates how design knowledge is learned in relation to its situation, how design situations are constructed and altered over time in response to changes taking place in the design environment. Expand
Computers have been used building design since the 1950s. Their first use was in structural analysis and construction planning. The use of computers in building design analysis has included extensive… Expand
In this approach, the approach to structural design is explicitly distinguish between strategy and related expectations, design actions on a tactical level and local design modifications due to untypical conditions. Expand
This work presents an agent model of virtual worlds in which objects in the world have agency, that is, the objects can sense their environment, reason about their goals, and make changes to the environment.Expand
The possibility of determining the social properties and accessibility of spaces during the process of computer-aided architectural designing to meet client requirements is demonstrated by extracting topological information from building information model and performing Space Syntax analysis for evaluating alternatives using the information.
The roles of design knowledge is examined from the perspective of cognitive psychology in an attempt to provide some empirical data on design knowledge in order to minimize misunderstanding and miscommunication in computer-aided design.