Ten steps to make a perfect creative evolutionary design system
Bentley, PJ; O'Reilly, UM; (2001): Ten steps to make a perfect creative evolutionary design system. In: (Proceedings) Proc. GECCO 2001 Workshop on Non-Routine Design with Evolutionary Systems.
A perfect creative evolutionary design system is impossible to achieve, but in this position paper we discuss 10 steps that might bring us a little closer to this dream. These important problems and requirements have been identified as a result of both authors’ experiences on a number of projects in this area. While our solutions may not solve all of the problems, they illustrate what we regard as the current state of the art in creative evolutionary design.
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