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A method towards design intelligence modeling

  • Yoshiki Kishi
Design Methods
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 492)

Abstract

One purpose of design is said to think and make artificial things that have never existed in the world. It is, however, very difficult to make such an ideal software system currently. In this report, to answer problems such as -what kinds of design information to be treated -what operations to be adopted -how to derive numerical values and -how to certify the reality of results for the ideal system, a computing model is described from a total view of Design Intelligence, which means balanaced thought and practice in design. It has four sequencial parts, which are (1) idea-occurring to get ideas, (2) Knowledge-binding to modify knowledge, (3) Constraint-solving to get numerical values and (4) Conceptual-forming to certify shapes and their movement. Adding to this, a simple parallel approach is tested using an AND Parallel Prolog for concurrent communications among software modules.

Keywords

Conceptual Design Constraint Satisfaction Connectionist Model Marketing Research Linguistic Expression 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yoshiki Kishi
    • 1
  1. 1.Human Engineering DepartmentIndustrial Products Research Institute M.I.T.I.USA

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