## Formal design methods for CAD: proceedings of the IFIP TC5/WG5.2 Workshop on Formal Design Methods for CAD, Tallinn, Estonia, 16-19 June 194Formal design methods provide the basis for the non-graphical use of computer-aided design. This volume represents the cutting edge of international research in the area, where artificial intelligence and cognitive science paradigms are providing a renewed impetus for exploration and development. The sixteen chapters are grouped into five parts: formal representations in design; shape grammars in design; design grammars; formalised design processes; and exploration in design. The volume will provide a valuable source of information for all those connected with this field. |

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### Contents

A tutorial introduction to grammatical programming | 73 |

Geometric design with boundary solid grammars | 85 |

vi | 89 |

Copyright | |

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