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Mozaffar F, Khakzand M. ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN PROCESS IN TECHNOLOGY AGE. IJIEPM. 2009; 19 (6) :53-72
URL: http://ijiepm.iust.ac.ir/article-1-263-en.html

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  Designers draw diagrams to think about architectural concepts and design concerns. Scientists are interested in programming a computer to recognize and interpret design diagrams to deliver appropriate tools for the design task at hand. Researchers conducted empirical studies to find out if designers share drawing conventions when designing.

Quick improvement in technology guide us to develope digital design environments. Such invironments can exploit creativity in architectural design and finally conduce to produce programs which use sketches and diagrams instance design sources and retrieve visuall sources to creative design to evolve architectural education. This problem can be the topic for many architectural researches in future although several researchers are studying these systems abroad
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Received: 2010/06/29

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