A Multi-Level Fusion of Evolutionary Design Processes

Ethem Gurer, Gulen Cagdas

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Abstract

Evolutionary design methodologies generally aim to present new form-finding processes, where nature-based approaches are used, such as self-organization, genetic algorithms etc. This paper aims to present a new architectural design approach that focuses on integrating these different evolutionary methods in an emergent process. The main goal is to achieve a high-level of integration where lacking qualities of each evolutionary method are completed by the other one in a synergic and especially emergent behavior.

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© 2006, Education and research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe. All rights reserved.

Keywords

  • emergence
  • Evolutionary design
  • morphogenetic
  • self-organization

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