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A conceptual framework for a decision support system for colour selection and use in the design of the built environment

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3 Author(s)
Bailey, P.J. ; Sch. of Eng., Wolverhampton Polytech., UK ; Manavazhi, M. ; Olomolaiye, P.

Computer visualisation is a common tool within modern architectural design to improve productivity and communication. Whilst this may be the case, there is evidence that architects are abusing these new tools in the provision of new designs. Colour representation is a major factor within architectural design, but appears neglected within the development of computer technology. This paper outlines the conceptual framework for a decision support system devised to improve the validity of colour representation in computer visualisation and improve architect-client interaction in the design process, whilst addressing the co-variables which affect the perceptual process of colour and computerised architectural design

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Information Visualisation, 2001. Proceedings. Fifth International Conference on

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