Grammars for Making Revisited
The domain of shape grammars has been recently extended to include the field of making. This paper examines what makes abstract shapes look like concrete spatial entities (things) and what changes to the shape grammar formalism are needed to support calculations with things. Several new grammars capable of handling things are developed. Algebras supporting these are briefly addressed as well.
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