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|Title: ||Aesthetics considerations in evolutionary computer aided design|
|Authors: ||Case, Keith|
Abdul Karim, M.S.
|Keywords: ||Evolutionary design|
|Issue Date: ||2005|
|Publisher: ||International Academic Publishers / Beijing World Publishing Corporation, Beijing, China|
|Citation: ||CASE, K. and ABDUL KARIM, M.S., 2005. Aesthetics considerations in evolutionary computer aided design. IN:
Pan, Y. .. et al, (eds). Applications of Digital Techniques in Industrial Design Engineering', the Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Computer Aided Industrial Design and Conceptual Design, CAID and CD 2005, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 29th May - 1st June 2005, pp.476-481|
|Abstract: ||The research described is concerned with establishing the aesthetic and functional evaluation of shape aspects within an evolutionary CAD modelling system. The approach uses genetic algorithms to evolve shapes by the successive ‘mating’ of objects through crossover and mutation of chromosomes describing geometric, aesthetic and functional aspects of objects. An evolutionary design system based on the genetic algorithm techniques generates shapes and the designer interacts with the system to identify shapes that should be used in the genetic creation of future generations. The current research is aimed at combining formal aesthetic and functional elements within the chromosome description of the objects and to provide computer-based fitness functions to work in conjunction with input from the designer to guide the optimisation of the evolutionary designs.|
|Description: ||This conference paper was presented at the Sixth International Conference on Computer Aided Industrial Design and Conceptual Design (CAID & CD2005).|
|Version: ||Accepted for publication|
|Appears in Collections:||Conference Papers and Presentations (Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering)|
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