Cognitive, collaborative, conceptual and creative - Four characteristics of the next generation of knowledge-based CAD systems: A study in biologically inspired design

@article{Goel2012CognitiveCC,
  title={Cognitive, collaborative, conceptual and creative - Four characteristics of the next generation of knowledge-based CAD systems: A study in biologically inspired design},
  author={Ashok K. Goel and Swaroop Vattam and Bryan Wiltgen and Michael E. Helms},
  journal={Computer-Aided Design},
  year={2012},
  volume={44},
  pages={879-900}
}
We envision that the next generation of knowledge-based CAD systems will be characterized by four features: they will be based on cognitive accounts of design, and they will support collaborative design, conceptual design, and creative design. In this paper, we first analyze these four dimensions of CAD. We then report on a study in the design, development and deployment of a knowledge-based CAD system for supporting biologically inspired design that illustrates these four characteristics. This… CONTINUE READING
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