Linking Graphics and Inference
This paper is concerned with applications of computer-based graphics systems to design tasks, not with the characteristics of graphic systems themselves. Further, we are less concerned with the application of computer graphics in constructing detailed models of design objects than with the inference operations that determine what the design object should actually be. In current CAD systems this kind of inference is still expected to reside in the designer’s head.
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