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The application of artificial intelligence technology to aeronautical system designThis paper describes the automation of one class of aeronautical design activity using artificial intelligence and advanced software techniques. Its purpose is to suggest concepts, terminology, and approaches that may be useful in enhancing design automation. By understanding the basic concepts and tasks in design, and the technologies that are available, it will be possible to produce, in the future, systems whose capabilities far exceed those of today's methods. Some of the tasks that will be discussed have already been automated and are in production use, resulting in significant productivity benefits. The concepts and techniques discussed are applicable to all design activity, though aeronautical applications are specifically presented.
Bouchard, E. E. (Lockheed Aeronautical Systems Co. Burbank, CA, United States) Kidwell, G. H. (NASA Ames Research Center Moffett Field, CA, United States) Rogan, J. E. (Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, United States)
August 13, 2013
September 1, 1988
Aircraft Design, Testing And Performance
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