Discovery in design: People-centred computational issues
Parmee, I., Hall, E., Miles, J., Noyes, J., Simons, C. and Smith, D. (2007) Discovery in design: People-centred computational issues. In: Inns, T., ed. (2007) Designing for the 21st Century: Interdisciplinary Questions and Insights. Ashgate Publishing, 232 - 245. ISBN 9780566087370 Available from: http://eprints.uwe.ac.uk/5940
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The Designing for the 21st Century Initiative is a joint EPSRC/AHRC multi-disciplinary collaborative investigation supporting a variety of clusters of design research. The Discovery in Design: People-centred Computational Issues cluster is significant in addressing computational conceptual design environments across a range of design disciplines. The cluster in unique in its approach to computational support for early lifecycle, conceptual design where uncertainty is an inherent characteristic. This book chapter reports how the cluster have exploited cross-domain design knowledge and experience to provide people-centered, computationallly intelligent design environment tools that support a wide range of conceptual design disciplines.