Intelligent Biologically Inspired Design

 

In Biologically Inspired Design, engineers use biology as a source of ideas for solving engineering problems. However, locating relevant literature is difficult due to vocabulary differences and lack of domain knowledge. IBID is an intelligent search mechanism that uses a functional taxonomy to direct search and a formal modeling notation for annotating relevant search targets.

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Publications:

Rugaber, S., Bhati,S., Goswami V., Spiliopoulou E., Azad S., Koushik S., Kulkarni R., Kumble M., Sarathy S. Goel, A. (2016) Knowledge Extraction and Annotation for Cross-Domain Textual Case Based Reasoning in Biologically Inspired Design. International Conference On Case-Based Reasoning, 2016.

Goel, A. K., Rugaber, S., & Vattam, S. (2009). Structure, behavior, and function of complex systems: The structure, behavior, and function modeling language. International Journal of AI in Engineering Design, Analysis and Manufacturing, Special Issue on Developing and Using Engineering Ontologies, 23: 23-35, 2009

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