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A formalism for coupled design learning activities

Kok Sim, S. and Duffy, A.H.B. (1998) A formalism for coupled design learning activities. In: Workshop on Machine Learning in Design 5th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Design (AID '98), 1998-07-19.

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This paper presents a formalism to represent the inextricable link that exists between design and learning. It provides an approach to study and analyse the complex relationships that may exist between design and learning. It suggests that design and learning are linked at the knowledge level (epistemic link), in a temporal manner and in a purposeful manner through the design and learning goals