Managing design knowledge with mixed-initiative dialogue
Datta, Sambit 2002, Managing design knowledge with mixed-initiative dialogue, in Design and decision support systems in architecture : proceedings of the 6th international conference, Ellecom, The Netherlands July 7-10, 2002, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, The Netherlands, pp. 105-119.
Design and Decision Support Systems Conference in Architecture and Urban Planning
Eindhoven University of Technology
Place of publication
Eindhoven, The Netherlands
This paper is based on ongoing work in developing interactive interfaces to formal methods for encoding design knowledge. It reports on the development of a shared graphical notation to support user interaction with design knowledge based on mixed-initiative. Mixed-initiative provides a model of interaction where both the designer and the knowledge formalism may share responsibility over decisions. The paper discusses how a formal visual notation can support the mixed-initiative mode for developing and managing formal design knowledge. The notation addresses on the dialogue problem between the user and a knowledge based formalism and illustrates a model of interaction in which the user and the formalism can share and input data through a common shared resource, on a common shared task. The paper demonstrates the use of this notation in common decision tasks and the implications for seamless interaction with design support systems.
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Field of Research
120199 Architecture not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970112 Expanding Knowledge in Built Environment and Design
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