John S. Gero

2001
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Books

  1. Gero, JS, Chase, S and Rosenman, MA (eds) (2001) CAADRIA2001, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, 505pp.
  2. Gero, JS and Hori, K (eds) (2001) Strategic Knowledge and Concept Formation III, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, 280pp.
  3. Gero, JS and Maher, ML (eds) (2001) Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design V, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, 266pp.
  4. Gero, JS, Tversky, B and Purcell, AT (eds) (2001) Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design II, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, 347pp.

Book Chapters

  1. Gero, JS and Kazakov, V (2001) Design knowledge acquisition and re-use using genetic engineering-based genetic algorithms, in R. Roy (ed.), Industrial Knowledge Management - A Micro Level Approach, Springer, London, pp. 107-122. (pdf)

Journal Papers

  1. Ding, L and Gero, JS (2001) The emergence of the representation of style in design, Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design, 28(5):707-731.(pdf)
  2. Gero, JS and Kazakov, V (2001) A genetic engineering extension to genetic algorithms, Evolutionary Computation 9(1): 71-92 (pdf)
  3. Gero, J. S. and Reffat, R. (2001) Multiple representations as a platform for situated learning systems in design, Knowledge-Based Systems, 14(7): 337-351. (pdf 472KB)
  4. Gero, JS and Tang, HH (2001) Differences between retrospective and concurrent protocols in revealing the process-oriented aspects of the design process, Design Studies 21(3): 283-295. (pdf)
  5. Kavakli, M and Gero, JS (2001) Sketching as mental imagery processing, Design Studies, 22(4): 347-364.(pdf)

Conference Papers

  1. Gero, JS (2001) Mass customization in design: Knowledge-based design globalization, in L Shaopei, M Renjie, S Huisheng, S Guojun and S Yan (eds), Proc. International Conference on Enhancement and Promotion of Computational methods in Engineering and Science, San Lian Publisher, Shanghai, pp. 175-184.
  2. Gero, JS (2001) Mass customisation of creative designs, in S Culley, A Duffy, C McMahon and K Wallace (eds), Design Research - Theories, Methodologies and Product Modelling, Professional Engineers Publishing, London, pp. 339-346. (pdf)
  3. Gero, JS and Kazakov, V (2001) Entropic similarity and complexity measures for architectural drawings, in JS Gero, B Tversky and T Purcell (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design II, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 147-161. (pdf)
  4. Kavakli, M and Gero, JS (2001) Strategic knowledge differences between an expert and a novice, in JS Gero and K Hori (eds), Strategic Knowledge and Concept Formation III, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp. 55-68
  5. Kulinski, J and Gero, JS (2001) Constructive representation in situated analogy in design, in B de Vries, J van Leeuwen and H Achten (eds), CAADFutures 2001, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 507-520. (pdf)
  6. Saunders, R and Gero, JS (2001) Artificial creativity: A synthetic approach to the study of creative behaviour, in JS Gero and ML Maher (eds), Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design V, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 113-139. (pdf)
  7. Saunders, R and Gero, JS (2001) Designing for interest and novelty: Motivating design agents, in B de Vries, J van Leeuwen and H Achten (eds), CAADFutures 2001, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp.725-738. (pdf)
  8. Saunders, R and Gero, JS (2001) A curious design agent, in JS Gero, S Chase and M Rosenman(eds), CAADRIA'01, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp. 345-350. (pdf)
  9. Saunders, R and Gero, JS (2001) The digital clockwork muse: A computational model of aesthetic evolution, AISB'01, University of York, York, UK, pp. 12-21. (pdf)
  10. Smith, G and Gero JS (2001) Emerging strategic knowledge while learning to interpret shapes, in JS Gero and K Hori (eds), Strategic Knowledge and Concept Formation III, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp. 69-86.
  11. Smith, G and Gero, JS (2001) Situated design interpretation using a configuration of actor capabilities,in JS Gero, S Chase and M Rosenman (eds), CAADRIA’01, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 2001, pp. 15-24. (pdf)
  12. Suwa, M, Tversky, B, Gero, JS and Purcell, AT (2001) Regrouping parts of an external representation as a source of insight, Proc. 3rd International Conference on Cognitive Science, USTC Press, Beijing, China, pp. 692-696.
  13. Suwa, M, Tversky, B, Gero, JS and Purcell, A. T. (2001) Seeing into sketches: Regrouping parts encourages new interpretations, in JS Gero, B Tversky and T Purcell (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design II, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 207-219.(pdf)
  14. Tang, H and Gero, JS (2001) Roles of knowledge while designing and implications for CAAD systems, in JS Gero, S Chase and M Rosenman (eds), CAADRIA’01, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 2001, pp. 81-89. (pdf)
  15. Tang, H-H and Gero, JS (2001) Sketches as affordances of meanings in the design process, in JS Gero, B Tversky and T Purcell (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design II, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, pp. 271-282.(pdf)
  16. Tang, H and Gero, JS (2001) Cognition-based CAAD, in B de Vries, J van Leeuwen and H Achten (eds), CAADFutures 2001, Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp.523-531. (pdf)  
     

 

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