By Ji-Hyun Lee
This quantity describes learn in computational layout which implements form grammars or house syntax for morphological research, utilising those medical and rule-based methodologies to cultural points of the sphere. The time period ‘cultural DNA’ describes the hassle to discover computational layout from the views of a meme, a socio-cultural analogy to genes. in line with the 1st Cultural DNA Workshop, held at KAIST, Daejeon, Korea in 2015, the booklet considers even if there's any such factor as a ‘cultural DNA’ universal all through numerous domain names, and if this is the case how computer-assisted instruments and methodologies play a job in its research.
Following an advent protecting a few primary theories of cultural DNA examine, half of the publication describes morphological research in structure, with examples from Malaysia and China. half 3 then strikes as much as morphological research on the city scale, together with dialogue of morphological evolution in France, improvement of a version Korean urban, and introducing a rule-based generative research procedure for city making plans. half 4 considers equipment for analysing the DNA of alternative cultural artefacts comparable to on-line video games, novels, autos, and song, and half 5 introduces the instruments less than improvement that reduction morphological cultural DNA learn together with issues approximately form grammar, development details modeling (BIM), cultural character, and prototyping.
The ebook could be of important curiosity to these occupied with the cultural points of city and architectural layout, cultural informatics and layout research.
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Morphological Analysis of Cultural DNA: Tools for Decoding Culture-Embedded Forms (KAIST Research Series) by Ji-Hyun Lee