• Computer Science
  • Published 2008

Dissecting design : exploring the role of rules in the design process

@inproceedings{Pantazi2008DissectingD,
  title={Dissecting design : exploring the role of rules in the design process},
  author={Magdalini Eleni Pantazi},
  year={2008}
}
Since the first application of computer programs to problem solving in the 1960s, computers and computational processes have been gradually introduced in the field of architecture to the point where today they are an inherent part of architectural practice and education. This extensive use of computers in architecture, however, occurs late in the design phase, at the stage of production of construction documents or representation of the final product, and so rarely are computers used to address… CONTINUE READING

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