Design Processes: What Architects & Industrial Designers Can Teach Each Other about Managing the Design Process
W. A. Poelman, David Victor Keyson
IOS Press, 2008 - Architecture - 122 pages
Technologies enabling computers to process specific languages facilitate economic and political progress of societies where these languages are spoken. Development of methods and systems for language processing is therefore a worthy goal for national governments as well as for business entities and scientific and educational institutions in every country in the world. As work on systems and resources for the 'lower-density' languages becomes more widespread, an important question is how to leverage the results and experience accumulated by the field of computational linguistics for the major languages in the development of resources and systems for lower-density languages. This issue has been at the core of the NATO Advanced Studies Institute on language technologies for middle- and low-density languages held in Georgia in October 2007. This publication is a collection - of publication-oriented versions - of the lectures presented there and is a useful source of knowledge about many core facets of modern computational-linguistic work. By the same token, it can serve as a reference source for people interested in learning about strategies that are best suited for developing computational-linguistic capabilities for lesser-studied languages either 'from scratch' or using components developed for other languages. The book should also be quite useful in teaching practical system- and resource-building topics in computational linguistics.
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Design Processes Between academic and practice views
Visualization Sketching is Alive and Well in this Digital Age
Project Management Project and risk Management in architecture and industrial design
Social Complexity Social complexity in design collaboration
Decision Making A decisionbased design approach
Technology Diffusion and Design The metabolism of knowledge
Appendix 1 Chairmans impressions
Appendix 2 Program
activities allocation application architect architectural design architecture and industrial aspects Beertender building Cepezed client client-driven projects cognitive collaboration communication concepts conference constraints construction context coordination decision decision-making deﬁned Denys Lasdun Design ﬁrm design methods design problem design projects design team design theory disciplines discussion DOVR drawings Eekels Eindhoven external factors Faculty of Architecture ﬁeld Figure ﬁnd ﬁrst functions GHVLJQ goals IDE+A Design Processes important Industrial Design Engineering inﬂuence involved Keyson Eds knowledge diffusion means measurement theory ofﬁce organisation parties perceived risks performance phase Planning possible preferences product design project management pucks reﬂection requirements RI WKH risk management role Roozenburg scientiﬁc sketches solution space speciﬁc stakeholders Stedelijk Museum structure team mental model technology diffusion tool TU Delft University of Technology urban urban planning users visuals Westraven wicked problem Wim Poelman WKDQ WKDW WKLV