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Knowledge Intensive Computer Aided Design
Designers are now expected to 'generate' life-oriented design solutions. This transition to 'Design Synthesis for Multi-X (DFDQ' reflects an increase in demands being put on designers. This paper reports on the development and implementation of a Knowledge Intensive CAD (KICAD) tool aimed at proactively supporting designers in foreseeing and exploring multiple life-cycle consequences co-evolving during mechanical artefact design decision making. A phenomena model describing 'how' consequencesdoi:10.1007/978-0-387-35582-5_14 fatcat:m7wsziz2ananzczohzd23mrnim