Patterns in Architecture, Cognition, Systems, and Software: Representing and Analyzing Cognition During the Design Process

Sep 20, 2012

Designing building-scale, integrated human/hardware/software/environmental systems will expand the design team to include many other disciplines, especially: human factors engineers, neuroscientists, software developers, and systems engineers. This dissertation research examines the challenges and proposes a framework for a design method + tool for designing complex, interactive, architectural systems (CIAS).
(Conference Poster)

Joe Manganelli (Clemson University)
Keith Green, PhD (Clemson University)
Johnell Brooks, PhD (Clemson University),
Gregory Mocko, PhD (Clemson University)
Ian Walker, PhD (Clemson University)
Stan Healy, MBA (Greenville Hospital System)
Kevin Kopera, MD (Greenville Hospital System)
Anthony Threatt (Clemson University)
Jessica Merino (Clemson University)
Paul Yanik (Clemson University)
Presented at: 
2012 ANFA Conference (Salk Institute for Biological Studies, La Jolla, CA)
Published & professionally reviewed by: 
Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture

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