John S. Gero

1999
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Books

  1. Gero, J. S. and Maher, M. L. (eds) (1999) Computational Models of Creative Design IV, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 356pp.
  2. Gero, J. S. and Tversky, B. (eds) (1999) Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design , Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 282pp.

Book Chapters

  1. Rosenman, M. A. and Gero, J. S. (1999). Evolving designs by generating useful complex gene structures, inP. Bentley (ed.), Evolutionary Design by Computers,Morgan Kaufmann, San Francisco, pp. 345-364. (pdf)

Journal Papers

  1. Gero, J. S. (1999) Recent design science research: Constructive memory in design thinking, Architectural Science Review42: 3-5.(pdf)
  2. Gero, J. S. (1999) Editorial: Where’s the research? International Journal of Design Computing, 2, http://www.arch.usyd.edu.au/kcdc/journal
  3. Rosenman, M. A. and Gero, J. S. (1999) Purpose and function in a collaborative CAD environment, Reliability Engineering and System Safety 64: 167-179.

Conference Papers

  1. Cha, M-Y. and Gero, J. S. (1999) Style learning: Inductive generalisation of architectural shape patterns, in A. Brown, M. Knight and P. Berridge (eds), Architectural Computing from Turing to 2000, eCAADe, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, pp. 629-644. (pdf)
  2. Gero, J. S. (1999) Constructive memory in design thinking, in G. Goldschmidt and W. Porter (eds), Design Thinking Research Symposium: Design Representation, MIT, Cambridge, pp. I.29-35.(pdf)
  3. Gero, J. S. (1999) A new model of designing which includes its situatedness, in J. Gu and Z. Wei (eds), CAADRIA'99, Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House, Shanghai, China, pp. 235-242.
  4. Gero, J. S. (1999) Representation and reasoning about shapes: Cognitive and computational studies in visual reasoning in design, in C. Freksa and D. Marks (eds), Spatial Information Theory, Springer, Berlin, pp. 315-330. (pdf)
  5. Gero, J. S. (1999) Extensions to evolutionary systems in design from genetic engineering and developmental biology, Proceedings 1999 Congress on Evolutionary Computation - CEC99, IEEE, Piscataway, New Jersey, pp. 474-479.
  6. Gero, J. S. (1999) Engineering design, computers and creativity: some explorations and prognosis, in J. Garrett and D. Rehak (eds), Bridging the Generations, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA, pp. 179-184.
  7. Gero, J. S. (1999) Novel models in evolutionary designing, in R. McKay, X. Yao, C. Newton, J-H. Kim and T. Furuhashi (eds), Simulated Evolution and Learning, Springer, Berlin, pp. 381-388.
  8. Gero, J. S. (1999) Recent developments in evolutionary systems for design, in A. Borkowski (ed.), Artificial Intelligence in Structural Engineering, Wydawnictwa Naukowo-Techniczne, Warsaw, pp. 23-38.
  9. Gero, J. S. and Damski, J. (1999) Feature-based qualitative modeling of objects, in G. Augenbroe and C. Eastman (eds), Computers in Building, Kluwer, Boston, pp. 309-320. (pdf)
  10. 10. Gero, J. S. and Fujii, H. (1999) A computational framework for concept formation for a situated design agent, in K. Hori and L. Candy (eds), Proc Second International Workshop on Strategic Knowledge and Concept Formation, Iwate Prefectural University, Iwate, Japan, pp. 59-71.(pdf)
  11. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1999) Using analogy to extend the behaviour state space in creative design, in J. S. Gero and M. L. Maher (eds), Computational Models of Creative Design IV, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 113-143.(pdf )
  12. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1999) Adapting evolutionary computing for exploration in creative designing, in J. S. Gero and M. L. Maher (eds), Computational Models of Creative Design IV, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 175-186.(pdf)
  13. Gero, J. S. and Kazakov, V. (1999) An extrapolation process for creative designing, in G. Augenbroe and C. Eastman (eds), Computers in Building, Kluwer, Boston, pp. 263-274.(pdf)
  14. Gero, J. S. and Shi, X-G. (1999) Design development based on an analogy with developmental biology, in J. Gu and Z. Wei (eds), CAADRIA'99, Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House, Shanghai, China, pp. 253-264.(pdf)
  15. Gero, J. S. and Tang, H. (1999) Concurrent and retrospective protocols and computer-aided architectural design, in J. Gu and Z. Wei (eds), CAADRIA'99, Shanghai Scientific and Technological Literature Publishing House, Shanghai, China, pp. 403-410.(pdf)
  16. Kavakli, M., Suwa, M., Gero, J. S. and Purcell, T. (1999) Sketching interpretation in novice and expert designers, in Gero, J. S. and Tversky, B. (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design , Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 209-220.(pdf)
  17. Park, S-H. and Gero, J. S. (1999) Qualitative representation and reasoning about shapes, in Gero, J. S. and Tversky, B. (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design , Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 55-68.(pdf)
  18. Reffat, R. and Gero, J. S. (1999) Situatedness: A new dimension for learning systems in design, in A. Brown, M. Knight and P. Berridge (eds), Architectural Computing from Turing to 2000, eCAADe, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, pp. 252-261. (pdf)
  19. Suwa, M., Gero, J. S. and Purcell, T. (1999) How an architect created design requirements, in G. Goldschmidt and W. Porter (eds), Design Thinking Research Symposium: Design Representation, MIT, Cambridge, pp. II.101-124.
  20. Suwa, M., Gero, J. S. and Purcell, T. (1999) Unexpected discoveries and s-inventions of design requirements: A key to creative designs, in J. S. Gero and M. L. Maher (eds), Computational Models of Creative Design IV, Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 297-320.(pdf)
  21. Suwa, M., Gero, J. S. and Purcell, T. (1999) Unexpected discoveries: How designers discover hidden features in sketches, in Gero, J. S. and Tversky, B. (eds), Visual and Spatial Reasoning in Design , Key Centre of Design Computing and Cognition, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, pp. 145-162. (pdf)

 

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