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AN EXPLORATION OF DESIGN INFORMATION CAPTURE AND REUSE IN TEXT AND VIDEO MEDIA

Eris, O.; Mabogunje, A.; Jung, M.; Leifer, L.; Khandelwal, S.; Hutterer, P.; Hessling, T.; Neeley, L. // 2005

A STUDY REGARDING THE USE OF METHODOLOGY DURING A DESIGN PROCESS

Koch, M.; Meerkamm, H. // 2004
The design methodology is assumed to be known and used during every process of design. But very often theory and practice differ in many points. To make these points clear this paper monitors a ...

DESIGN AS A SOCIO-CULTURAL COGNITIVE SYSTEM

Dong, A. // 2004
This article proposes a framework for describing design as a socio-cultural cognitive system. In this framework, design performance is seen as a property of the social organisation of individual ...

DEVELOPING DECISION COMPONENTS MODEL FOR ANALYSING DESIGN DECISIONS IN MONO-DISCIPLINE DESIGN TEAMS

Ensici, A.; Bayazit, N. // 2004
An empirical research is conducted in order to understand the details of the design decision structures and formation; and to determine the components of the design decisions that are produced by the ...

ENGINEERING DESIGN PROBLEM IN A CO-EVOLUTIONARY MODEL OF THE DESIGN PROCESS

Lonchampt, P.; Prudhomme, G.; Brissaud, D. // 2004
While traditional stage-based models of the design process assume it starts with a design problem definition that prescribes downstream activities, another approach has been emerging, that considers ...

EXTENDING THE C-K DESIGN THEORY TO PROVIDE THEORETICAL BACKGROUND FOR PERSONAL DESIGN ASSISTANTS

Kazakci, A. O.; Tsoukias, A. // 2004
We show that to operationalise the C-K design theory in the form of a computational tool, a third space, the environment space E, must be introduced. We propose such a version, the C/K/E theory by ...

MODELLING THE PROCESS OF CREATING A MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING IN DISTRIBUTED DESIGN TEAMS

Ruiz-Dominguez, G.; Boujut, J-F. // 2004
Cooperation is an important issue in design teamwork. This paper is an attempt to contribute a theoretical framework through the modelling of the process of creating a mutual understanding during ...

ON THE SUPERIORITY OF OPPORTUNISTIC DESIGN STRATEGIES DURING EARLY EMBODIMENT DESIGN

Bender, B.; Blessing ,L. // 2004
The prescriptive tradition of German Design Methodology has been challenged by the results of empirical research showing that strict hierarchical approaches can hardly be found in real design ...

QUALITATIVE COMPARISON OF VIRTUAL AND AUGMENTED PROTOTYPING OF HANDHELD PRODUCTS

Verlinden, J.; Van den Esker, W.; Wind, L.; Horváth, I. // 2004
The concept of Augmented Prototyping combines Rapid Prototyping techniques to obtain 3D physical objects (e.g. Stereolithography, CNC milling), with Augmented Reality systems. In this article, a ...

QUESTION-DRIVEN MODELING

Sellgren, U. // 2004
Models are important tools in any complex cognitive activity. Modeling, which is an act of structuring and simplifying information, is a bottleneck and a significant barrier in most model-based ...

RE-DESIGNING ARCHITECTURAL ARTEFACTS: A BUILDING'S LEARNING PROCESS

Lindekens, J.; Depuydt, J. // 2004
The relevance and use of a taxonometric design method in architectural education is discussed. Based on and nourished by the (architectural) (re-)design process, which is considered a complex ...

STUDY OF THE DESIGNER’S COGNITIVE PROCESSES DURING THE LATER PHASES OF THE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN PROCESS

Motte, D.; Andersson, P.-E.; Bjärnemo, R. // 2004
An increasing number of studies have been focusing on the cognitive abilities and limitations of the designer during the design process, yet thus far only for the conceptual design phase. This paper ...

Systematic process engineering and ist application in product planning

Weigt, M.; Seidel, M. // 2004
Current industrial products are characterised by increasing complexity, quality requirements, and a high level of specialisation. To stay competitive in today’s markets, a substantial improvement of ...

DEVELOPING COGNITIVE CAPABILITY SCALES FOR INCLUSIVE PRODUCT DESIGN

Langdon, P.; Keates, S.; Clarkson, P. J. // 2003

RESPONSES OF NOVICE DESIGNERS TO UNSTRUCTURED PROBLEMS

Burvill, C.; Leary, M.; Weir, J. // 2003

USER SUITABLE TRANSFER OF DESIGN METHODS

Jänsch, J.; Sauer, T.; Walter, S.; Birkhofer, H. // 2003

A Simulated Brain Model for Products' Creative Design

He, W. P.; Cai, H. M.; Zhang, Y. // 2002
Based on cognition psychology, information technology, artificial intelligence, and knowledge mining based on database over Internet, etc. the paper build a simulated brain model to aid creative ...

A Software Tool for Observation and Analysis of Design Activity

Bender, B.; Kammerer, U.; Pietzcker, F.; Blessing, L. T. M.; Hacker, W. // 2002
For identification of successful design strategies we observe individual heuristics of experienced professional designers within a cross sectional laboratory study. To cope with some typical problems ...

Representation of an Architectural Design Process; Between Formal and Functional

Leclercq, P. P.; Locus, M. E. // 2002
This article describes one of the research studies carried out by LEMA, the Laboratory for the Study of Architectural Methodology, on the representation of the design process in architectural design. ...

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