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By Ian F.C. Smith

This booklet constitutes the completely refereed complaints of the thirteenth Workshop of the ecu crew for clever Computing in Engineering and structure, EG-ICE 2006, held in Ascona, Switzerland in June 2006. The fifty nine revised complete papers have been rigorously reviewed and chosen from a number of submissions for inclusion within the e-book. All problems with complex informatics are lined together with a variety of techniques.

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Such new and unknown concepts can be generated only abductively using our domain-specific knowledge as well as knowledge from other domains. Altshuller [1] refers to such design processes as “innovation,” “invention,” and “discovery,” depending on the source of the outside knowledge. Gero [5] refers to such design paradigm as “exploration,” because knowledge from outside a given domain is utilized. Exploration represents the frontier of design research. Little is known about how exploration might be achieved and how the entire process could be formalized and implemented in various computer tools.

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