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The field of design representation has many strands, each with its own strengths and weaknesses for particular applications. An overview is given of four popular grammatical representations for design: Lindenmayer Systems, Shape Grammars, Higher Order Functions, and Graph Grammars, with examples of each.
The field of design is dominated by two often conflicting objectives: form and function. The disparity between the two is discussed: Interactive Evolutionary Design is examined in its capacity to provide a truly subjective fitness function for aesthetic form, while engineering applications of GE provide a basis for objective mathematically-based fitness evaluations. Finally, these two techniques can be combined to allow the designer to decide exactly how balance the optimisation and exploration of the process.",
Genetic Programming entries for Michael Fenton Jonathan Byrne Erik Hemberg