Links and References
The main fields of research within the framework of evolutionary computation, related to the GENETICA approach, are the fields of genetic algorithms (GA) and genetic programming (GP). Some ideas and techniques within the GENETICA approach originated from either GA or GP methods dealing with formal logic.
The G-CAD approach to architectural designing, presented in this site, combines features of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and evolutionary approaches to architectural designing. Some ideas and techniques within the G-CAD approach originated from the design method CADRAM.
The evolutionary approach to design, as well as other approaches based on biological paradigms, could be combined in the framework of integrated building.
Both web-sites and references to the aforementioned fields of research are given here.
Sources of information: http://geneticalgorithms.ai-depot.com/
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