John S. Gero

1995
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Book Chapters

  1. Gero, J. S. (1995). Recent advances in computational models of creative design, in P. Pahl and H. Werner (eds), Computing in Civil and Building Engineering, Balkema, Rotterdam, pp. 21-30.
  2. Gero, J. S., Damski, J. and Jun, H. (1996). Emergent shape semantics, in M. Tan and R. Teh (eds), The Global Design Studio, National University of Singapore, pp.423-438. (pdf)
  3. Gero, J. S. and Jun, H. (1995). Getting computers to read the architectural semantics of drawings, in L. Kalisperis and B. Kolarevic (eds), Computing in Design: Enabling, Capturing and Sharing Ideas, ACADIA, pp.97-112. (pdf)
  4. Jo, J. and Gero, J. S. (1996) Space layout planning using an evolutionary approach, in M. Tan and R. Teh (eds), Representation and use of design knowledge in evolutionary design, National University of Singapore, pp.189-203. (pdf)
  5. Schnier, T. and Gero, J. S. (1995). Learning representations for evolutionary computation, in X. Yao (ed.) Eighth Australian Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence, World Scientific, Singapore, pp.387-394. (pdf)


Journal Papers

  1. Gero, J. S. and Louis, S. (1995). Improving Pareto optimal designs using genetic algorithms, Microcomputers in Civil Engineering 10(4): 241-249. (pdf)
  2. Jo, J. and Gero, J. S. (1995). A genetic search approach to space layout planning, Architectural Science Review 38(1): 37-46.


Conference Papers

  1. Gero, J. S. (1995). Improving design problem formulations using machine learning, in J. P. Mohsen (ed.), Second Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, New York, pp. 525-529.
  2. Gero, J. S. (1995). Exploration, redescription and design creativity, Fourth International Workshop on Research Directions for Artificial Intelligence in Design, Enschede, pp. 35-40.
  3. Gero, J. S. (1995). The role of function-behavior-structure models in design, in J. P. Mohsen (ed.), 2nd Congress on Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, New York, pp. 525-529.
  4. Gero, J. S. (1995). Recent advances in computational models of creative design, in R. Oxman, T. Bax and H. Achten (eds), Design Research in the Netherlands,ETH, Eindhoven, pp.56-57.
  5. Gero, J. S. (1995). Computers in creative design, ARCHCOMP, SAFA, Helsinki, pp.1-13. (pdf)
  6. Gero, J. S. (1995). Graphical emergence in a computational model of creative design, Second International Conference on Computer-Aided Design,National Chiao Tung University, Hsinchu, Taiwan, pp.4-11.
  7. Gero, J. S. and Jun, H. (1995). Visual semantic emergence to support creative design: A computational view, in J. S. Gero, M. L. Maher and F. Sudweeks (eds), Preprints Computational Models of Creative Design , University of Sydney, pp.87-117. (pdf)
  8. Gero, J. S. and Jun, H. (1995). Getting computers to read the architectural semantics of drawings, in L. Kalisperis and B. Kolarevic (eds), Computing in Design: Enabling, Capturing and Sharing Ideas, ACADIA, Washington, pp. 97-112. (pdf)
  9. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1995). Evolving building blocks for design using genetic engineering: A formal approach, in J. S. Gero and F. Sudweeks (eds), Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, IFIP-University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 29-48. (pdf)
  10. Gero. J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1995). Evolving building blocks for genetic algorithms using genetic engineering, 1995 IEEE International Conference on Evolutionary Computing , pp. 340-345.
  11. Gero, J. S. and Schnier, T. (1995). Evolving representations of design cases and their use in creative design, in J. S. Gero, M. L. Maher and F. Sudweeks (eds), Preprints Computational Models of Creative Design , Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, pp. 343-368. (pdf)
  12. Gero, J. S. and Sudweeks, F. (eds) (1995). Preprints Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, IFIP-University of Sydney, Sydney, 369pp.
  13. Qian, L. and Gero, J. S. (1995). An approach to design exploration using analogy, in J. S. Gero, M. L. Maher and F. Sudweeks (eds), Preprints Computational Models of Creative Design , University of Sydney, pp.3-16.

 

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