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|Title:||COMPUTER AIDED ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO SPATIAL'}'.: PLANNING AND SYNTHESIS OF BUILDINGS|
|Keywords:||Kuldip C.;PATIAL PLANNING;BUILDINGS;ARCHITECT'S BRAIN|
|Abstract:||Computer Aided Architectural Design is very much in its infancy in India. There is practically very little work done in this field although interest in computing science. and technology has been kindled to a remarkable extent. It is high time architects came out of the rut of time— honored design methods - and took a fresh look at the world around them. I have chosen this area of spatial planning and synthesis as this forms the essence of an architect's work. Researchers and other interested professionals all over the world are still . attempting to evolve a near perfect strategy which would simulate the complex working mechanism of an Architect's brain. Many researchers lave, in fact, lost interest in this area, after a couple of decades of dedicated work,, realizing that problems that require the synthesis of many demands, mostly with subjective values, are best handled by the human brain. Hero, then, lies the perfect challenge of attempting to find a solution where none exists. This dissertation is a humble endeavour towards providing myself and others dedicated to this area of specialization, with a solid foundation for 'further research.|
|Research Supervisor/ Guide:||Nayak, G. C|
Kuldip C., Kuldeep
|Appears in Collections:||MASTERS' THESES ( A&P)|
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