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What a Shame — Why Good Ideas Can’t Make It in Architecture: A Contemporary Approach towards the Case-Based Reasoning Paradigm in Architecture
Katharina Richter

Last modified: 2013-05-19


The paper deals with the application of the Case-Based Reasoning Paradigm (CBR) in Design Support Systems in Architecture. Based on the finding that promising concepts and systems do exist in architecture the question as to why they do not gain the anticipated success is explored. In search for reasons a comprehensive comparison between the cognitive model and the derived conceptual method, theoretical contemplations of architectural design as well as the actual application of the method in CBR systems in Architecture, manifests the core of the work presented.

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