Smith, H.A. and Beck, J.L. and Masri, S.F. and Tsugawa, T. (1998) Smart Optimal Design and Analysis of Civil Structures. Advances in Engineering Software, 29 (7-9). pp. 507-517. ISSN 0965-9978 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20120829-143737719
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A recently completed project is described which had as its objective the development of a prototype interactive AI-based software package to assist in structural analysis and design while explicitly treating uncertain risks. The goal is to increase efficiency, fully integrate and partially automate the design decision process by using AI-based methodologies so that a designer can rapidly evaluate and improve an initial design while taking into account multiple conflicting criteria in the presence of uncertain risk. The prototype software package CODA is described which consists of analysis, design evaluation and optimization tools with user-interactive features.
|Additional Information:||© 1998 Elsevier Science Ltd and Civil-Comp Ltd. Received 31 October 1995; accepted 20 November 1997. This study was supported in part by a grant from California Universities for Research in Earthquake Engineering under the CUREe–Kajima Research Program. The authors wish to acknowledge the assistance of graduate students E. Chan and A. Irfanoglu at Caltech, V. Vance and L. Barroso at Stanford University, and W. Xu at USC.|
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