Towards a Design Process for Computer-Aided Biomimetics

@inproceedings{Kruiper2018TowardsAD,
  title={Towards a Design Process for Computer-Aided Biomimetics},
  author={Ruben Kruiper and Julian F. V. Vincent and Eitan Abraham and Rupert C. Soar and Ioannis Konstas and Jessica Chen-Burger and Marc P. Y. Desmulliez},
  booktitle={Biomimetics},
  year={2018}
}
Computer-Aided Biomimetics (CAB) tools aim to support the integration of relevant biological knowledge into biomimetic problem-solving processes. Specific steps of biomimetic processes that require support include the identification, selection and abstraction of relevant biological analogies. Existing CAB tools usually aim to support these steps by describing biological systems in terms of functions, although engineering functions do not map naturally to biological functions. Consequentially… CONTINUE READING
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