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Supporting Knitwear Design Using Case-Based Reasoning

By P. Richards and A. Ekárt

Abstract

Knitwear design is a creative activity that is hard to automate using the computer. The production of the associated knitting pattern, however, is repetitive, time-consuming and error-prone, calling for automation. Our objectives are two-fold: to facilitate the design and to ease the burden of calculations and checks in pattern production. We conduct a feasibility study for applying case-based reasoning in knitwear design: we describe appropriate methods and show how they can be implemented.Organised by: Cranfield UniversityMori Seiki – The Machine Tool Compan

Topics: computer-aided design (CAD), case based reasoning, knitwear design, similarity, adaptation
Publisher: Cranfield University Press
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.lib.cranfield.ac.uk:1826/3714
Provided by: Cranfield CERES

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