An approach to search and exploration through mixed-initiative
Datta, Sambit and Woodbury, Robert F. 2001, An approach to search and exploration through mixed-initiative, in CAADRIA 2001 : preprints of the 6th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architecture Design Research in Asia, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia, 19-21 April 2001, University of Sydney, Sydney, N.S.W., pp. 275-282.
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CAADRIA 2001 : preprints of the 6th International Conference of the Association for Computer-Aided Architecture Design Research in Asia, University of Sydney, NSW, Australia, 19-21 April 2001
Gero, John Chase, Scott Rosenman, Mike
University of Sydney
Place of publication
Generative design environments need support for human intervention as well as sound computational formalisms. A systematic approach to integrating the two, formal generation and the exploratory, is lacking. In this paper, we posit the possibility of a design support system that combines formal search with user driven exploration. Our approach is to cast the interaction between the user and the generative formalism as agent collaboration in a mixed-initiative environment. We describe the role of interaction and agency in an experimental mixed-initiative design support system, FOLDS and demonstrate its application.
Field of Research
120303 Design Management and Studio and Professional Practice
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