John S. Gero

2005
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Books

  1. Gero, JS and Bonnardel, N (eds) (2005) Studying Designers'05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 385pp.
  2. Gero, JS and Lindemann, U (eds) (2005) Human Behaviour in Design '05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 109pp.
  3. Gero, JS and Maher, ML (eds) (2005) Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design VI, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, 378pp. 

Book Chapters

  1. Gero, JS and Peng, W (2005) Assisting interactions in a dynamic design process: A new role for an adaptive design tool, in K Hampson, K Brown and P Scuderi (eds), Clients Driving Construction Innovation: Mapping the Terrain, CRC-CI, Brisbane, pp. 201-210.


Journal Papers

  1. Smith, G and Gero, JS (2005) What does an agent mean by being "situated"? Design Studies 26: 535-561. (pdf).
  2. Sosa, R and Gero, JS (2005) A computational study of creativity in design, AIEDAM 19(4): 229-244. (pdf).

Conference Papers

  1. Bilda, Z and Gero, JS (2005) Do we need CAD during conceptual design?   in B Martens and A Brown (eds), Computer Aided Architectural Design Futures 2005, Springer, pp. 155-164. (pdf)
  2. Bilda, Z and Gero, JS (2005) Does sketching off-load visuo-spatial working memory? in Gero, JS and Bonnardel, N (eds), Studying Designers'05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp 145-159. (pdf)
  3. Gero, JS (2005) Virtual environments using situated computing can change what we design, in X Fischer and D Coutellier (eds), Research in Interactive Design , Springer, Paris, CD ISBN: 2-287-28772-8, Paper no: VC2005P3. (pdf)
  4. Gero, JS (2005)   What can situated cognition bring to design computing, in K Zreik, R Beheshti and O Fakoush (eds), EuropIA.10: Augmented Heritage, Europia Productions, Paris, pp. 107-115.
  5. Gero, JS and Kelly, N (2005) How to make CAD tools more useful to designers, ANZAScA (to appear). (pdf)
  6. Gero, JS and Sarkar, S (2005) How to make design optimization more useful to designers, ANZAScA (to appear). (pdf)
  7. Gero, JS and Tsai, J (2005) Archi bond graphs in a unified representation for building design, in S Sariyildiz and B Tuncer (eds), Innovation in Architecture, Engineering and Construction, Delft University of Technology, Delft, pp. 577-587. (pdf)
  8. Jupp, J and Gero, JS (2005) Computational and cognitive studies in similarity assessment, in Gero, JS and Bonnardel, N (eds), Studying Designers'05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp 323-338. (pdf)
  9. Jupp, J, Sosa, R and Gero, JS (2005) Generating novel designs based on qualitative modelling of existing designs, in A Bhatt (ed), CAADRIA'05 Vol 2, TVB, New Delhi, pp. 300-311. (pdf)
  10. Kan, J and Gero, JS (2005) Can entropy represent design richness in team designing?  in A Bhatt (ed), CAADRIA'05 Vol 1, TVB, New Delhi, pp. 451-457. (pdf)
  11. Kan, J and Gero, JS (2005) Design behaviour measurement by quantifying linkography in protocol studies of designing, in JS Gero and U Lindemann (eds), Human Behaviour in Designing'05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Australia, pp. 47-58. (pdf)
  12. Kan, J and Gero, JS (2005) Entropy measurement of linkography in protocol studies of designing, in Gero, JS and Bonnardel, N (eds), Studying Designers'05, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp. 229-245. (pdf)
  13. Kannengiesser, U and Gero, JS (2005) Understanding situated design agents, in A Bhatt (ed), CAADRIA'05 Vol 2, TVB, New Delhi, pp. 277-287. (pdf)
  14. Reffat, R and Gero, JS (2005) A virtual mining environment for providing dynamic decision support on building maintenance, in J Duarte, G Ducla-Soares and AZ Sampaio (eds) eCAADe23 Digital Design: The Quest for New Paradigms , eCAADe and Insituto Superior Tecnico Lisbon, pp. 589-596. (pdf)
  15. Sosa, R and Gero, JS (2005) Innovation in design: Computational simulations,  in A Samuel and W Lewis (eds), ICED'05: Engineering Design and The Global Economy, Institution of Engineers Australia, Barton, Australia, CD Paper 529.61. (pdf)
  16. Sosa, R and Gero, JS (2005) Social models of creativity: Integrating the DIFI and FBS frameworks to study creative design, in Gero, JS and Maher, ML (eds), Computational and Cognitive Models of Creative Design VI, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, pp. 19-44. (pdf)


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