Case-Based Reasoning in Design

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Case-Based Reasoning in Design

MARY LOU MAHER University of Sydney, Australia M. BALA BALACHANDRAN University of Wollongong, Australia DONG MEI ZHANG CSIRO, Sydney Laboratory, Australia

LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1995 Mahwah, New Jersey Hove, UK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • About the Authors xiii
  • 1 - Overview of Case-Based Reasoning 1
  • Glossary of Terms 20
  • Suggested Reading 21
  • 2 - Case-Based Design as a Process Model 23
  • Glossary of Terms 46
  • Suggested Reading 47
  • 3 - Representing Design Cases 49
  • Glossary of Terms 83
  • Suggested Readings 84
  • 4 - Recalling Design Cases 85
  • Glossary of Terms 106
  • Suggested Reading 106
  • 5 - Adapting Design Cases 109
  • Glossary of Terms 139
  • Suggested Reading 139
  • 6 - Casecad: A Multimedia Case-Based Reasoning System for Design 141
  • Glossary of Terms 163
  • Suggested Reading 163
  • 7 - Cadsyn: A Hybrid Approach to Case-Based Design 165
  • Glossary of Terms 195
  • Appendix A: Lisp Programs of Casecad 199
  • Appendix B: A Sample Case from Casecad 219
  • References 233
  • Author Index 239
  • Subject Index 241
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