Supporting knitwear design using case-based reasoning

P. Richards, A. Ekárt

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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.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationCompetitive design : proceedings of the 19th CIRP design conference
EditorsR. Roy, E. Shehab
PublisherCranfield University Press
Pages388-395
Number of pages8
ISBN (Print)978-0-9557436-4-1
Publication statusPublished - 2009
Event19th CIRP Design Conference - Cranfield, United Kingdom
Duration: 30 Mar 200931 Mar 2009

Conference

Conference19th CIRP Design Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityCranfield
Period30/03/0931/03/09
OtherCompetitive design

Bibliographical note

Funding: EPSRC

Keywords

  • adaptation
  • case based reasoning
  • computer-aided design (CAD)
  • knitwear design
  • similarity

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    Richards, P., & Ekárt, A. (2009). Supporting knitwear design using case-based reasoning. In R. Roy, & E. Shehab (Eds.), Competitive design : proceedings of the 19th CIRP design conference (pp. 388-395). Cranfield University Press.