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Grammar representations to facilitate style innovation

by Independent researcher on Oct 24, 2012

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presentation at eCAADe 2006, 6-8 sep 2006, Volos, Greece ...

presentation at eCAADe 2006, 6-8 sep 2006, Volos, Greece

Previous research in generative design has suggested that shape grammar transformations could be used for developing new design styles by the systematic modification of grammars that encode existing styles. Our research explores how such grammar transformations can be facilitated to be responsive to changes in design style requirements. For this it is important to consider the structure and organization of rules, as well as the description of the styles of designs generated by a grammar. Using an example of mobile phone design, we outline the development of a flexible grammar structure that is conducive to transformations. The grammar is augmented with a style description scheme based on the concept of semantic differential to map the style characteristics of grammar components. These measures could be significant for driving purposeful grammar transformations for style adaptation and innovation.

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