A case base of Case-Based Design tools for architecture

@article{Heylighen2001ACB,
  title={A case base of Case-Based Design tools for architecture},
  author={Ann Heylighen and Herman Neuckermans},
  journal={Computer-Aided Design},
  year={2001},
  volume={33},
  pages={1111-1122}
}
In the 1990s, Case-Based Design (CBD) seemed an appealing approach to develop intelligent design support. Based on an alternative view of human cognition, CBD systems ®nd new design solutions by adapting similar experiences from the past. Although several CBD applications have been built, a convincing breakthrough by these systems has yet to come. In search of reasons for this limited success, this article embarks on a critical review of the CBD approach. Its underlying cognitive model serves… CONTINUE READING

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