CAAD futures '93: proceedings of the fifth International Conference on Computer-aided Architectural Design Futures, Pittsburgh, PA, USA, 7-10 July, 1993
The mission of the CAAD Futures series of conferences is to provide a forum for the presentation and discussion of innovative research and development in the area of computer-aided architectural design. CAAD Futures '93 , sponsored by Carnegie Mellon University and its Department of Architecture, is the fifth conference in the series.In these proceedings, the papers accepted for presentation have been grouped into sections addressing similar topics or themes. The sections are presented in an order that proceeds roughly from the more specific, focused topics to the more general ones, ending with a group of papers illustrating emergent trends in practice, including urban planning and design.
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Shape Recognition and Emergence
Layouts Solids Grammar Interpreters and Fire Stations
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