John S. Gero

1996
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Books

  1. Gero, J. S. (ed.) (1996). Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, Chapman and Hall, London, 299pp. (pdf)
  2. Gero, J. S. and Sudweeks, F. (eds) (1996). Artificial Intelligence in Design'96, Kluwer, Dordrecht, 782pp. (pdf)

Book Chapters

  1. Gero, J. S. (1996). Advances in formal design methods for computer-aided design, in Gero, J. S. (ed.) Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 293-298.
  2. Gero, J. S. (1996). Computers and creative design, in M. Tan and R. Teh (eds), The Global Design Studio, National University of Singapore, pp.11-19.(pdf)
  3. Gero, J. S., Balachandran, M. B. and Rosenman, M. A. (1996). Integration of expert systems and CAD systems for design verification, in I. Tommelein (ed.), Expert Systems for Civil Engineers: Integration Issues, ASCE, New York, pp. 117-144.
  4. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1996). Evolving building blocks for design using genetic engineering: A formal approach, in Gero, J. S. (ed.) Advances in Formal Design Methods for CAD, Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 31-50. (pdf)
  5. Purcell, A. T., Gero, J. S., Edwards, H. and McNeill, T. (1996). The data in design protocols: The issue of data coding, data analysis in the development of models of the design process, in N. Cross, H. Christiaans and K. Dorst (eds), Analysing Design Activity, John Wiley, Chichester, pp. 225-252. (pdf)
  6. Schnier, T. and Gero, J. S.  (1996). Learning genetic representations as alternative to hand-coded shape grammars, in J. S. Gero and F. Sudweeks (eds), Artificial Intelligence in Design'96, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp.39-57. (pdf)


Journal Papers

  1. Damski, J. C. and Gero, J. S. (1996). A logic-based framework for shape representation, Computer-Aided Design 28(3):169-181 (pdf)
  2. Gero, J. S. (1996). Artificial intelligence in computer-aided design: Progress and prognosis, Computer-Aided Design 28(3):153-154.
  3. Gero, J. S. (1996) Evolutionary systems in design, Microcomputers in Civil Engineering 11:1-2.
  4. Gero, J. S. (1996) Improving design problem formulations using machine learning, AIEDAM 10:147-148.
  5. Gero, J. S. (1996). Creativity, emergence and evolution in design: concepts and framework, Knowledge-Based Systems  9(7): 435-448. (pdf)
  6. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1996). An exploration-based evolutionary model of a generative design process, Microcomputers in Civil Engineering 11:209-216 (pdf)
  7. Purcell, T. A. and Gero, J. S.(1996) Design and other types of fixation, Design Studies 17(4): 363-383 (pdf)
  8. Qian, L. and Gero, J. S. (1996). Function-behaviour-structure paths and their role in analogy-based design, AIEDAM 10: 289-312. (link) (pdf)
  9. Rosenman, M. A. and Gero, J. S. (1996). Modelling multiple views of design objects in a collaborative CAD environment, Computer-Aided Design 28(3): 193-205 (pdf).
  10. Schnier, T. and Gero, J. S. (1996) Learning representations for creative design using evolution, AIEDAM 10:175-177.

Conference Papers

  1. Damski, J. C. and Gero, J. S. (1996). Shape reasoning in CAD systems, in T. Tanaka, S. Ohsuga and M. Ali (eds), Industrial and Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence and Expert Systems, Gordon and Breach, Amsterdam, pp. 369-374.
  2. Gero, J. S. (1996). Design tools that learn: A possible CAD future, in B. Kumar (ed.), Information Processing in Civil and Structural Design, Civil-Comp Press, Edinburgh, pp. 17-22 (pdf).
  3. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1996). Spatial layout planning using evolved design genes, in C. Dagli, M. Akay, C. Chen, B. Fernandez and J. Ghosh (eds), Smart Engineering Systems: Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Evolutionary Programming, ASME Press, New York, pp. 379-384.
  4. Gero, J. S., Kazakov, V and Schnier, T. (1996). The genetic engineering of evolutionary systems in design, AID'96 Workshop on Evolutionary Systems, Stanford University, Stanford, pp. 47-53.
  5. Gero, J. S., Kazakov, V and Schnier, T. (1996). Evolving design genes as well as design solutions, in J. Vanegas and P. Chinowski (eds), Computing in Civil Engineering, ASCE, New York, pp. 84-90.
  6. Gero, J. S. and Maher, M. L. (1996). Current CAAD research at the Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, in T. Kvan (ed.), CAADRIA'96, University of Hong Kong, pp. 33-50.
  7. Gero, J. S. and Maher, M. L. (1996). Some current AI research at the Key Centre of Design Computing, University of Sydney, in I. MacLeod (ed.), Applications of Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering III, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, pp. 17-25.
  8. Gero, J. S. and Park, S-H. (1996). Qualitative representation of shapes using shape features, AID'96 Workshop on Visual Reasoning, Stanford University, Stanford, pp. 11:1-11.
  9. Maher, M. L., Rutherford, J. and Gero, J. S. (1996). Graduate Design Computing teaching at the University of Sydney, in T. Kvan (ed.), CAADRIA'96, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, pp. 229-240.
  10. Rosenman, M. A. and Gero, J. S. (1996). Modelling multiple views in a collaborative CAD environment, InCIT'96, Institution of Engineers Australia, Canberra, NCP 96/04, pp. 49-62. (pdf)

 

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