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Title: Design procedures in architectural design: applications in CAAD
Authors: Hyde, R. 
Keywords: CAAD
design eduction
design procedures
design process models
graphical thinking
Issue Date: 1989
Citation: Hyde, R. (1989). Design procedures in architectural design: applications in CAAD. Design Studies 10 (4) : 239-245. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Normally, CAAD systems are used at the production end of the design process. Yet there is great potential, particularly with the graphics facility offered by these systems, to use them at the beginning or formative part of the design process. One problem with this direction lies in the procedures for using these systems. This paper compares traditional procedures for using graphic information with computer-aided procedures and discusses the relative merits of the approaches for the designer. © 1989.
Source Title: Design Studies
ISSN: 0142694X
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