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MBL 606E - Computing Theories and Models in Architectural Design

Course Objectives

To give the theoretical background of the current computational design research and development.

To give the fundamental computational and cognitive theories that are mostly referred to and utilized in computational design domain

To introduce how various theories and models are used in solving specific design problems and developing computational applications.

To enable students to discuss approaches to their own design thinking and the role of computers in it.

Course Description

Computable problems and complex problems in design; designers’ cognitive studies; design thinking and formal methods of design; comparative analysis of generative systems; design tool development; seamless data integration in AEC collaboration; building product models and real time performance evaluation.

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Mine Özkar Kabakçıoğlu
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