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Recent work in shape grammars
Hi,

This is Mrinal Warbhe from UNSW Sydney, student of M.Arch. (Computing).

I have chosen Shape Grammars as an my Graduate research project. Does anyone know of recent or ongoing work on the technique of shape grammars?

Thank you,
Mrinal Warbhe
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Recent work in shape grammars
Mrinal,

Try looking at the various morphing cascade computer programmes, along with Chaos, Fuzzy Logic, etc. :)
Frank John Snelling
Recent work in shape grammars
Mrinal,
You could look at the work of- I think- Ledoux, a publication by the original Polytechnique of Paris. :)
Frank John Snelling
Recent work in shape grammars
I am sure that you are already aware of the site http://www.shapegrammar.org/. You can check the 'people' section to find others' work.

'Shape Grammars' idea was invented by George Stiny, who is currently a professor of computation at MIT School of Architecture and Planning. You can search the subject by his name too. Another computation faculty member, Professor Terry Knight also focuses on shape grammars. Here is her site about shape grammars: http://www.mit.edu/~tknight/IJDC/.

Hope this helps,
Onur Yuce Gun
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