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The Structure of Design Processes
Analysis-synthesis-evaluation (ASE) paradigm is the most widely accepted design paradigm. Expand
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Is creativity a Darwinian process?
Abstract: In 1960, the psychologist Donald Campbell advanced a Darwinian model of how new knowledge comes into being. This would later come to be known as “evolutionary epistemology”;. For someExpand
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Technology and Creativity
1: Prolegomenon. 2: Artifacts: Material and Abstract. 3: The birth of Technological Problems. 4: The Technologist as a Cognitive Agent. 5: The Connection Between Invention and Design. 6: TechnologyExpand
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The utility of waist circumference in assessment of obesity.
The objective of this study was to assess the correlation between waist circumference and waist hip ratio and body mass index. Also to assess if a simple measurement like the waist circumference canExpand
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Jagadis Chandra Bose and the Indian Response to Western Science
This is a comprehensive, critical study of Jagadis Chandra Bose's science and philosophy of science in the context of the Western scientific culture. Drawing mainly on primary scientific literatureExpand
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Contesting (Simonton's) Blind Variation, Selective Retention Theory of Creativity
Over the 50 years since Donald Campbell advanced his Darwinian theory of creative thought, now better known as the blind variation, selective retention (BVSR) theory of creativity, a considerableExpand
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Two laws of design
In this paper, we present what we believe are two qualitative laws of design that are valid across the ‘sciences of the artificial’. Expand
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The Identification of Maximal Parallelism in Straight-Line Microprograms
We consider the problem of automatic identification of parallel microoperations in a given straight-line microprogram. Expand
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