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Borg, J. C.; Farrugia, P.; Camilleri, K. P.; Giannini, F.; Yan, X. T.; Scicluna, D. // 2003

A Classification of Matrix-based Methods for Product Modeling

Malmqvist, J. // 2002
In the development of complex products considerations of the product structure and relations within the product are crucial. Matrix-based product modeling methods can support this activity by, for ...

A Design Process for Complex Mechanical Structures Using Property Based Models, with Application to Car Bodies

Bylund, N.; Fredericson, H.; Thompson, G. // 2002
The design of complex mechanical structures is multi-objective and includes the treatements of a wide range of requirements such as quantitative, qualitative, subjective and objective. An example of ...

A Study on the Design Thinking Process With Difficult Keyword

Nagai, Y.; Noguchi, H. // 2002
We focused on designer's drawing to know how designers made images of design object from given keywords. We thought that difficult keyword would give us good clues to know thinking path of ...

A Study on the Thinking Path Model of Creative Design Process

Noguchi, H.; Nagai, Y. // 2002
In next step of our research, we had another experiment to know designer’s inner process of creative thinking by tracing dynamic relations of designer’s behaviors and drawings using two video ...

An Integrated System for Improving Lighting Design Strategy

Chen, S. C.; Shih, S. C.; Chang, T. W. // 2002
Architectural illumination is typically designed at the end rather than the beginning, a design process. Designers use visualization to make relevant suggestions concerning lighting as illumination ...

Assembly Configuration and Appearance Changes in VRML Environment

Jezernik, A.; Hren, G.; Golob, B. // 2002
3D CAD models provide a natural way of sharing design information among designers. VR emerged to be a popular technology for human-computer interface in product design fields. VRML is a tool ...

Colour in Technical Presentation

Salamon, V.; Žiha, K. // 2002
This paper considers the gap between the standardized single coloured, mainly two-dimensional representations in engineering design based on rules of technical drawing and new, mostly optional ...

Conversations on Interaction: Exploring the Interplay Between Theory, Research and Practice in Design Education

Power, N. // 2002
In this paper I address a number of recurring issues for design educators: the value and applicability of theoretic discourse to design practice; the value and applicability of design research to ...

Design as a Collaborative Process: A Systematic and Constructive Model for Developing Play Material for Blind/Visually Impaired Pre-School Children

Evyapan, N. A. G. Z. // 2002
This paper discusses a design process lived through, during the application of a model derived from design methodology and devised towards attaining a particular task. The task was: Designing a play ...

Design Typology and Design Organisation

Andreasen, M. M.; Wognum, N.; McAloone, T. // 2002
The aim is the creation of a design typology, which can serve as identification of design types and design research contributions. A typology has been proposed earlier and here clarified. It consists ...

Developing Doublecurved Architectural Glass

Vollers, K. J. // 2002
This paper describes the making of a twisted façade, including glass. Its materialising has great similarities to that of freely doublecurved glass. The various encountered problems were approached ...

E-map. Investigating Methods for Mapping Experiences

Grundy, C.; Crossley, L. // 2002
In spring 2001 an investigation was conducted at the University of Westminster intended to analyse personal experiences of the London Underground as a review of current techniques for recording and ...

Effeciency of Design Studies in Zagreb

Lapaine, B.; Kapetanovic, Z. // 2002
DESIGN 2002 is giving us opportunity to present resultats of research on School's effeciency. These results should draw attention of professional designers because they give information about ...

Elaboration of the Design of the Raster Elements on Securities

Žiljak, J.; Žiljak, I. // 2002
The raster elements in documents and securities are designed with vector graphics. Images, the bases for the illustration, derive from pixel graphics. In our laboratory a method has been developed ...

Examples of an Expert System in the Estimation of the Quality of Lubricants

Sprecic, Denijal; Sprecic, Elis; Vižintin, Jože; Sluga, Alojz // 2002
By applying expert systems and new systems of automation of the experimental researches based upon experimental methods, it is possible to come by quantitatively and qualitatively significant ...

Exemplary Applications of the Reverse-Engineering Method in the Process of Extending Service Lives of Aircraft in Operation in the Polish Air Forces

Barszcz, P.; Borgon, J.; Leski, A.; Niezgoda, T. // 2002
The paper has been intended to provide several examples to illustrate how the reverse-engineering method is applied to the process of extending service lives of aircraft in operation with the Polish ...

Haunting Space - The Role of the Body in Design Interaction

Smyth, M. // 2002
This paper will investigate the contention that the body and in particular the sense of touch, plays a central role during interaction associated with design. The approach will be grounded in the ...

Including Sketching in Design Idea Generation Meetings

van der Lugt, R. // 2002
Designers commonly apply brainstorming meetings. In such meetings the primary mode of expressing ideas is written language. In contrast, when involved in unstructured design meetings, designers tend ...

Inclusive Design - Review of Student Projects

Kapetanovic, Zlatko; Horvat, Sanja; Lapaine, Božidar; Orešic, Mladen // 2002
The notion INCLUSIVE DESIGN is refered to process of designing artificial and visual environment suitable for all persons regardless of age,health conditions,education,skills and other.It was ...

Introducing IT in Teaching the Engineering Design Graphics at the Faculty of Graphic Arts, University of Zagreb, Croatia

Bjelovučić Kopilović, S.; Jokić, T.; Kropar-Vančina, V. // 2002
Until 3 years ago, the only teaching aids in curriculum were blackboard, drafting triangles and compass. Assignments were made by technical fountain pen on tracing paper. Since, a lot of changes were ...

Model Generation and Application in Medical Domain

Krek, J.; Duhovnik, J. // 2002
3D model of real object can be generated using many different algorithms. The paper presents the method of creating the model with input images of real model, base model and expert knowledge. Input ...

New Generation Computer-Aided Design Tools: Two Related Research Projects Investigating the Future Expectations of Designers

Sener, B.; Vergeest, J. S. M.; Akar, E. // 2002
The aim of this paper is to add to the debate through the findings of two discrete ongoing research projects, carried out in the Netherlands and in England, following these common aims: to explore ...

Boolean Searches

The following examples demonstrate some search strings that use boolean operators:

  • design community
    Find rows that contain at least one of the two words.
  • +design +community
    Find rows that contain both words.
  • +design community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but rank rows higher if they also contain “community”.
  • +design -community
    Find rows that contain the word “design” but not “community”.
  • +design ~community
    Find rows that contain the word “design”, but if the row also contains the word “community”, rate it lower than if row does not.
  • +design +(>community <decisions)
    Find rows that contain the words “design” and “community”, or “design” and “decisions” (in any order), but rank “design community” higher than “design decisions”
  • design*
    Find rows that contain words such as “design”, “designs”, “designing”, or “designer”.
  • "some words"
    Find rows that contain the exact phrase “some words” (for example, rows that contain “some words of wisdom” but not “some noise words”). Note that the " characters that enclose the phrase are operator characters that delimit the phrase. They are not the quotation marks that enclose the search string itself.

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