||A methodology for cognitive architecturesfor design tools in civil engineering
||Hauser M, Scherer R J
||Developments of knowledge-based tools for design support in building and civil engineeringstill remain isolated approaches without a strong methodological basis. The impact of ArtificialIntelligence technology on the engineering practice is still relatively low, because research anddevelopment efforts are often abandoned on a early prototype stage.The approach described in our paper aims at the systematic study, development and ap-plication of Al technology in building design to obtain a methodology for an enumerable setof architectures attached to specific problem categories in building design. We illustrate themethodological framework with a set of selected case examples.
|Year of publication:
Hauser M, Scherer R J (1997).
A methodology for cognitive architecturesfor design tools in civil engineering. Sarja A (editor); Computers in the practice of building and civil engineering, Worldwide ECCE symposium; September 3-5, 1997, Finland,