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NY, NY 10021
Susan L. Epstein
2-D Layout Design
Work on two-dimensional layout design
began with CD (Collaborative Design), a limitedly-rational, cognitively
-inspired architecture for two-dimensional layouts. Its premise is that
collaboration among multiple agents can produce aesthetically pleasing,
algorithmically economical solutions. Each agent is responsible for the
location and manipulation of a class of related objects.
Epstein, S.L., B. Moulin, W. Chaker, J. Glasgow, and J. Gancet. (2001) Pragmatism and Spatial Layout Design. In Proceedings of COSIT '01 - Conference on Spatial Information Theory: Foundations of Geographic Information Science. 2001. Morro Bay, CA: Springer Verlag.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant Nos. 9423085, #IRI-9703475, 9222720, and #9001936, by the New York State Technological Development Graduate Research and Technology Initiative, and by the PSC-CUNY Research Foundation.
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