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A program of this type assists users in designing a shape grammar by providing sophisticated tools for rule construction and development. Some examples of the implementations that have been conducted on shape grammars are listed in Table 1. Gips’s interpreter [1975] enables the user to input a simple two-rule shape grammar; the program then generates two-dimensional shapes. Only polygonal vocabulary elements are allowed in this grammar. The program ignores the issue of detecting sub-shapes. Krishnamurti [1980, 1981-a, 1981-b] did pioneering work on developing data structures and algorithms for solving the sub-shape transformation and rule application problems for two-dimensional grammars.

8%. Thus, we can faithfully claim that the shape of a nuclear plant is a hyperbola, and that the adaptations on the top of the building, for reasons of resistance to wind, can hardly be detected. Fig. 6. The profile of a nuclear plant, and the approximating shapes, as an ellipse (middle) and a hyperbola (right) NEXUS NETWORK JOURNAL – VOL. 9, NO.

Proceedings of the 4th seminar, Rabat, Morocco. Organization of Islamic Capitals and Cities. KONING, H. and J. EISENBERG. 1981. The language of the prairie: Frank Lloyd Wright's prairie houses. Environment and Planning: B 8: 295-323. KRISHNAMURTI, R. 1980. The arithmetic of shapes. Environment and Planning ‘B’: Planning and Design 7: 463-484. ———. 1981a. The construction of shapes, Environment and Planning ‘B’: Planning and Design 8: 5-40. ———. 1981b. SGI: A Shape Grammar Interpreter. Research Report, Centre for Configurational Studies, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK.

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