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Computational Studies on Cultural Variation and Heredity

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This book explores the emerging concept of cultural DNA, considering its application across different fields and examining commonalities in approach. It approaches the subject from four different perspectives, in which the topics include theories, analysis and synthesis of cultural DNA artefacts.
After an opening section which reviews theoretical work on cultural DNA research, the second section discusses analysis & synthesis of cultural DNA at the urban scale. Section three covers analysis & synthesis of cultural DNA artefacts, and the final section offers approaches to grammar-based cultural DNA research.
The book places emphasis on two specific axes: one is the scale of the object under discussion, which ranges from the small (handheld artefacts) to the very large (cities); and the other is the methodology used from analysis to synthesis. This diverse approach with detailed information about grammar-based methodologies toward cultural DNA makes the book unique.
This book will serve as a source of inspiration for designers and researchers trying to find the essence, archetype, and the building blocks of our environment for the incorporation of social and cultural factors into their designs.

Inhaltsverzeichnis

THEME 1 Theories for Cultural DNA Research
l  Research for Cultural DNA in Design
John S Gero
l  A Design Gallery System
Robert Woodbury, Arefin Mohiuddin, Mark Cichy, Volker Mueller, & Narges Ashtaria
l  Underlying Principles and Emerging Designs Based on Magic Squares
 Jin-Ho Park
 
 
THEME 2 Analysis & Synthesis of Cultural DNA at Urban Scale
l  Multi-leveled Tridimensional Public Place and Urban Promenade
Jong-Jin Park
l  Fingerprint of the City: How Old Country Roads become Fossilised within the Modern City Kyung Wook Seo & Danilo Di Mascio
l  Mods, Hacks, Makers: Crowdsourced Culture and Environment
Andrzej Zarzycki
 
 
THEME 3 Analysis & Synthesis of Cultural DNA Artifacts
l  How to Let Computers Know Building design Rules? - A KBimCode Mechanism to Translate the Sentences in Korea Building Act for the Automated Code
Jin-Kook Lee, Hayan Kim, & Jaeyoung Shin
l  A sense of dichotomy in household space and smartphone Deedee Aram Min, Namwoo Kang, Jimin Rhim, & Ji-Hyun Lee
l  The Need for a Cultural Representation Tool in Cultural Product Design
Yu-Hsiu Hung
l  User Defined Conceptual Modeling Gestures
Bige Tuncer & Sumbul Khan
l  A Universal Basic Robot
Mathew Schwartz
 
 
THEME 4 Grammar-based Cultural DNA Research
l  Paperless Grammars
Atanassios Economou & Thomas Grasl
l  A practical shape grammar for Chinese ice-ray lattice designs
Rudi Stouffs

Iestyn Jowers & Chris Earl
l  Grammatically Measuring the Functional Uniqueness of Murcutt's Domestic Architecture
Ju Hyun Lee & Ning Gu Craft, Performance, and Grammars
Terry Knight
 
 

Über den Autor / die Autorin

Ji-Hyun Lee is an Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Culture Technology in KAIST. She received her Ph.D. in School of Architecture (Computational Design) at Carnegie Mellon University writing a thesis about integrating housing design and case-based reasoning. Since joining the GSCT at KAIST, her research focus narrowed down to three interdisciplinary areas that are not mutually exclusive: (1) calculation for UX + service design, (2) cultural DNA with morphological analysis, and (3) computational creativity. These explorations result in computer-based frameworks or systems contributing to the enhancement of the calculability using algorithmic and/or heuristic computational methods. In other words, her research focus is on 'computational culture' as an extension of computational design. ​

Zusammenfassung

This book explores the emerging concept of cultural DNA, considering its application across different fields and examining commonalities in approach. It approaches the subject from four different perspectives, in which the topics include theories, analysis and synthesis of cultural DNA artefacts.
After an opening section which reviews theoretical work on cultural DNA research, the second section discusses analysis & synthesis of cultural DNA at the urban scale. Section three covers analysis & synthesis of cultural DNA artefacts, and the final section offers approaches to grammar-based cultural DNA research.
The book places emphasis on two specific axes: one is the scale of the object under discussion, which ranges from the small (handheld artefacts) to the very large (cities); and the other is the methodology used from analysis to synthesis. This diverse approach with detailed information about grammar-based methodologies toward cultural DNA makes the book unique.
This book will serve as a source of inspiration for designers and researchers trying to find the essence, archetype, and the building blocks of our environment for the incorporation of social and cultural factors into their designs.

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