Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Design: Design representation and models of routine design
Christopher Tong, D. Sriram
Academic Press, 1992 - Business & Economics - 473 pages
Artificial Intelligence in Engineering Design is a three-volume edited collection of key papers from the field of AI and design, aimed at providing a state-of-the art description of the field, and focusing on how ideas and methods from artificial intelligence can help engineers in the design of physical artifacts and processes. The books survey a wide variety of applications in the areas of civil, chemical, electrical, computer, VLSI, and mechanical engineering.
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MODELS OF INNOVATIVE DESIGN
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