Design Theory and Computer Science

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Cambridge University Press, May 16, 1991 - Computers - 428 pages
The author examines logic and methodology of design from the perspective of computer science. Computers provide the context for this examination both by discussion of the design process for hardware and software systems and by consideration of the role of computers in design in general. The central question posed by the author is whether or not we can construct a theory of design.
 

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Contents

Design as the Initiation of Change
6
The Nature of Design Problems
13
The Form of Design Solutions
36
The Evolutionary Structure of Design Processes
62
The Concept of a Design Paradigm 133
138
The AnalysisSynthesisEvaluation Paradigm
145
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