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|Title:||A prototype system for developing two- and three-dimensional shape grammars|
|Citation:||Li, A.I.-K., Chau, H.H., Chen, L., Wang, Y. (2009). A prototype system for developing two- and three-dimensional shape grammars. 2009 TAIWAN CAADRIA: Between Man and Machine - Integration, Intuition, Intelligence - Proceedings of the 14th Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia : 717-726. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||A number of researchers have developed shape grammar systems, with a variety of aims. These systems all help users (to varying degrees) to run grammars, but not to develop grammars. However, we believe that developing grammars is also work and needs to be supported. A system to do this would make it easier and more convenient for people using grammars to do design work. Following the generate-test model, we design and implement a prototype system that supports the user in editing grammars, testing grammars, and switching easily between the two types of activity. We emphasize the graphic nature of the task: the user is all the time working with graphic objects, namely shapes.|
|Source Title:||2009 TAIWAN CAADRIA: Between Man and Machine - Integration, Intuition, Intelligence - Proceedings of the 14th Conference on Computer-Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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