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Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design
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Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design

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  • 1. 16 to 17 February 2011 Increasing information feed in the process of structural steel design Pieter Pauwels Tine Jonckheere, Ronald De Meyer, Jan Van Campenhout P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011
  • 2. Ideas Information Information Information Information P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 2
  • 3. Who are we? Davy P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 Pieter Ruben Jos 3
  • 4. Outline 1. Information in design applications 2. How designers think 3. Technology support for design thinking 4. Semantic Web / Linked Open Data? P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 4
  • 5. Lots of research - Nigel Cross: ‘82-’85-’90-’97-’99-’06-’07 - Bryan Lawson: ‘79-’05 - Donald Schön: ‘83 - Herbert Simon: ’83-’96 - Christopher Alexander: ‘64-’71-’77-’79-’04 P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 5
  • 6. Important role of theories and beliefs  reflective ‘learning-while-doing’ continuous belief-revision / theory-revision as a product of doing / design activity  Theory-based decision-making The acquired theories serve as a memory of reference ABDUCTIVE REASONING => Designers rely on previously experienced design decisions to make new design decisions P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 6
  • 7. Process of scientific enquiry (C.S. Peirce) P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 7
  • 8. Outline 1. Information in design applications 2. How designers think 3. Technology support for design thinking 4. Semantic Web / Linked Open Data? P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 8
  • 9. Technology support CAD 3D modelling Sketch apps … Repositories Metadata Internet … Simulation Calculation … P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 9
  • 10. MACE – Metadata for Architectural Contents in Europe http://mace-project.eu/ P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 10
  • 11. Building stories W.M. Martin, A. Heylighen, H. Cavallin. The right story at the right time. AI &Soc. (2005) 19: 34-47 P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 11
  • 12. Evaluation Objective: provide designers with information from previous experiences by others. Solution: labelled repository of images, text, 3D models, etc. P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 12
  • 13. Revisiting the reasoning cycle easily enable designers to learn from new experiences that are - additional to their own experiences, and - most probably different from what was originally intended P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 13
  • 14. So, how to increase information feed?? Try to simulate the complete reasoning cycle => artificial intelligence AND / OR Enable designers to find their information easily P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 14
  • 15. Outline 1. Information in design applications 2. How designers think 3. Technology support for design thinking 4. Semantic Web / Linked Open Data? P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 15
  • 16. The Linked Open Data cloud (09/2010) P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 16
  • 17. Describe information P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 17
  • 18. LOD cloud + building information BIM P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 18
  • 19. Example connections  Geographical information  Expert material information  People / organisation / company information  Photo material P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 19
  • 20. Visualisation in a design environment P. Pauwels - SCAD 2011 – 17/02/2011 20
  • 21. Thank you pipauwel.pauwels@ugent.be Presenter - SCAD 2011 - Date 21

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