Intelligent CAD: proceedings of the IFIP TC 5/WG 5.2 Second Workshop on Intelligent CAD, Cambridge, United Kingdom, 19-22 September, 1988, Volume 2
CAD systems are able to manipulate geometrical shapes but some would say that ``Computer-Aided Design'' is a misnomer, that current CAD systems help with drawing rather than designing. This book presents the latest research regarding the concept of intelligent CAD systems that assist designers throughout the design process, are capable of dealing with any object, and may be connected with any other information processing system (i.e. CAM).
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
The Boundaries and Internals of Expert Systems
20 other sections not shown
abstraction analysis application approach architectural design artifact Artificial Intelligence behavior boundary representation complete components Computer-Aided Design construction context corresponding defined described design concepts design knowledge design objects design process discussion domain elements entities environment Euler operators example expert systems expressions formal framework function geometric constraints geometric modeling geometric reasoning goal grammar graphical ICAD implementation individual initial input intelligent CAD systems interactive interface interpretation kinematic kinematic pairs knowledge acquisition knowledge base Knowledge Engineering knowledge level knowledge representation knowledge-based language linkage logic loop manipulation metric modal logic model theory modification nodes non-monotonic logic operation parameters place vocabulary planes possible problem procedures process planning product model realisations relation represent rules semantics shape shown in Figure Slot solid modeling solution space spatial specialist specification structure symbols synthesis techniques theory Tony Holden topological transformation types University of Tokyo vertical WNwi Workshop