[KBS Daejeon] Homo Science | Prof. Junyong NOH
KAIST Creativity Activity Initiative Awards | Jiyoon JANG (MS student)
[iRobotNews] KRoC 2019 Special Talk | Prof. Juhan NAM
[Kyunghyang Shinmun] How much did Alileo, Hongca-Cola TV earn? | Prof. Wonjae LEE
Grand Prize, SK Creative Challenge / Second Prize, Lion Cup Competition | Jihoon KIM, Mingi YEOM (MS student)
[KBS Daejeon] Homo Science - Ep. 11 | Prof. Juhan NAM
[JoongAng Ilbo] At midnight ... Seoul is divided into "East and West" rather than "North and South" | Prof. Wonjae LEE
Best Paper Award at the KSC2018 | Woojin CHO (MS student), Gabyong PARK (PhD student)
[BK21+ WEBZINE] KAIST Contents Science Agency
[JoongAng Ilbo] Sword against a moving statue ... Is it possible to experience AR games? | Prof. Woontack WOO
[KAIST 2017 Annual R&D Report] Prof. Ji-Hyun LEE
Published: KAIST 2017 Annual R&D Report

A Study for Metadata Structure and Recommender of Biological Systems to Support a Bio-inspired Design
Graduate School of Culture Technology | Ji-Hyun Lee · Sun-Joong Kim


Bio-inspired design is the design method encouraging breakthrough innovations by stimulating analogical reasoning of designers. However, most of the time, designers choose wrong metaphors to do the bio-inspired design. As long as they are novice in natural science, this problem cannot be solved. To resolve this problem, the recommendation system has been developed and evaluated. Specifically, the representation framework that stores biological characteristics of BSs at the holistic perspective of ‘physical, biological, and ecological relations’ is redesigned and the retrieval system that is operated on the representation framework is implemented for designers. The representation framework was complemented by the systematic indexing mechanisms and the causal model based ontology. This research could dramatically increase the solution space of designers and guide the designers to choose appropriate metaphor from the nature.



Original: https://ct.kaist.ac.kr/upload/files/20180525-KAIST2017R&D-Eng.pdf
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