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Computational support for sketching is an exciting research area at the intersection of design research, human-computer interaction, and artificial intelligence. Despite the prevalence of software tools, most designers begin their work with physical sketches. Modern computational tools largely treat design as a linear process beginning with a specific problem and ending with a specific solution. Sketch-based design tools offer another approach that may fit design practice better. This reviewdoi:10.1561/1100000013 fatcat:5r74v4r56nasdedplfnemebpw4