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International Journal of Architectural Computing Issue 1, Volume 12: March 2014
  international journal of architectural computingISSN 1478-0771 a Multi-Science Publication  Cover image: The front cover images are taken from the paperpublished in a 2013 issue of IJAC called 'DesigningBiologically-inspired Smart Building Systems:Processes and Guidelines’ written by Daekwon Park and Martin Bechthold international journal of architectural computing Issue 1,Volume 12:March 2014 I   J  A  C : I  n t  . J  nl   . of  A r  c h i   t  e c  t  ur  a l   C om p u t i  n g I   s  s  u e1  , V  ol   um e1 2  : M a r  c h 2  0 1 4   international journal of architectural computing ISSN 1478-0771 The International Journal of Architectural Computing (IJAC) is an exciting new peer-reviewed journal foundedby international organizations dedicated to promoting collaborative research and development of computer-aided architectural design.IJAC is committed to deepening the understanding of the foundations of digitalsystems for architectural design and the technologies enabling their development and application.There are four issues of IJAC per year:published in both electronic and hard copies.Successively,oneissue each year is supervised by Editorial Board members from its four founding organizations:eCAADeEducation and Research in Computer Aided Architectural Design in Europe ACADIAAssociation of Computer Aided Design in Architecture SIGraDiSociedad Iberoamericana de Grafica DigitalCAADRIAComputerAided Architectural Design Research in Asia The new Journal is also strongly supported by the CAADFutures Foundation and the Foundation alsocontributes to the editorial arrangements for IJAC.The journal features high-quality,srcinal research papers (including state-of-the-art reviews),brief papers,and letters in all theoretical and technological areas that make up the field of Architectural Computing.Certain issues will have contemporary themes.Authors are invited to submit complete and srcinal papers,which have notbeen published elsewhere.Each manuscript prepared for IJAC must fall intoone of the following categories: 1.Original research papers Articles will be full-length papers (3000 - 5000 words,maximum length6000 words)reporting well-defined system implementation,theoreticalresults and empirical studies that have potential impact on understanding of computational,cognitive,and physical foundations,as well as theenablingtechnologies for developing and applying Architectural Computingsystems.It is assumed that the ideas presented are important,have beenwellimplemented,analyzed or empirically validated,and are of value to theArchitectural Computing research community. 2.State-of-the-art reviews Articles can also be state-of-the-art reviews,which will be eitherperspective tutorial articles in rapidly evolving fields or comprehensivescholarly reviews of significant topics. 3.Short papers A brief paper presents results that are important and srcinal and arepresented in concise form. 4.Letters A letter is used to convey only a few principal ideas or to comment oncurrent issues previously published in the IJAC or other ArchitecturalComputing conferences and journals.The manuscripts submitted to IJAC are subjected to a rigorous reviewprocess handled by the Editors-in-Chief and designated Editorial BoardMember(s).In order to facilitate the review process,authors are required to mark the topics (in the email correspondence) to which their submissions aremost relevant. Please refer to the website for author instructions and further details: IJAC paper submission guidelines editorial board Andre Brown - Editor in Chief University of Liverpool,UKProf.Nancy Cheng (A) University of Oregon,Eugene,USA Ass.Prof.Mike Christenson (A) North Dakota State University,USADr.Wassim Jabi (A) Cardiff University,UKProf.Ganapathy Mahalingham (A) North Dakota State University,USAProf Branko Kolarevic (A) University of Calgary,CanadaDr.Erik Champion (C)Massey University,New ZealandDr.Marc Schnabel(C)Chinese University of Hong KongProf.Thomas Fisher (C) Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University,ChinaProf.Jane Burry (C) RMIT University,AustraliaDr.Stanislav Roudavski (C)The University of Melbourne,AustraliaDr.Teng-Wen Chang (C)National Yunlin University of Science and Technology,TaiwanProf.Tom Kvan (CF) Hong Kong University,ChinaEm.Prof.Tom Maver (CF) University of Stathclyde,UKDr.Henri Achten (E) Technical University of Eindhoven,NetherlandsDr.Aleksander Asanowicz (E) Technical University of Bialystok,PolandProf.Bob Martens (E) Vienna University of Technology,AustriaDr.Johan Verbeke (E) University of Brussels-Ghent,BelgiumProf.Rivka Oxman (E)Tecnion,HaifaProf Dirk Donath (E) University ofWeimar,GermanyProf.Richard Coyne University of Edinburgh,UKProf.Gabriela Celani,(S) FEC – UNICAMP,Cidade Universitária “Zeferino Vaz” Campinas,SP,BrasilProf.Underleia Bruscato (S) UNISINOS,São Leopoldo,RS,BrasilProf.Jose Ripper Kos (S) Federal University of Santa Catarina,Florianopolis,BrazilProf.Pablo C.Herrera (S) Universidad Nacional de Ingeniería.Lima,PeruProf.Pedro A.Soza (S) Universidade Chile,Santiago,Chile    (   A   )   i  n   d   i  c  a  t  e  s  a   f   f   i   l   i  a  t   i  o  n  t  o   A   C   A   D   I   A   (   C   )   i  n   d   i  c  a  t  e  s  a   f   f   i   l   i  a  t   i  o  n  t  o   C   A   A   D   R   I   A   (   C   F   )   i  n   d   i  c  a  t  e  s  a   f   f   i   l   i  a  t   i  o  n  t  o   C   A   A   D   F  u  t  u  r  e  s   (   E   )   i  n   d   i  c  a  t  e  s  a   f   f   i   l   i  a  t   i  o  n  t  o  e   C   A   A   D  e   (   S   )   i  n   d   i  c  a  t  e  s  a   f   f   i   l   i  a  t   i  o  n  t  o   S   I   G   R   A   D   I ...papers on all caad-related areas,including: ã Architectural Design Decision SupportSystemsã Agent-based Knowledge Application,Infrastructure and Architectureã Responsive Environments and SmartSpacesã Building and Construction Managementand Roboticsã Cognitive Aspects of Design ComputingSystemsã Computer Supported CollaborativeProblem Solving and Practiceã Digital Design,Representation andVisualizationã Design Methods,Process and Creativityã Electronic Communication,Activities andDistance Educationã Emerging Systems and ComputingParadigmsã Energy,Sustainable Building TechnologyApplicationsã Environment and Behavior Recording andSimulationsã Evaluation and Standards for Computer-Aided Architectural Design Technologiesã System Evolution,Learning andAdaptationã Human-Machine Interaction Designã Implementation,Connections of PhysicalEnvironments and Virtual Worldsã Case-Based Reasoning,InformationProcessing,Indexing and Retrievalã Intelligent Support in Design and BuiltEnvironmentã Intention and Context Aware Computingã Knowledge Based Design and GenerativeSystemsã Knowledge Management,Networks,andCommunitiesã Multi-Media Communications andRepresentationsã Multi-Modal Applications and DataAnalysisã Precedents,Prototypes and Case Studiesã Prediction,Evaluation and Validationã Visual Thinking,Visual Computing,Spatial/Temporal Reasoning and Languages Guidelines: We will consider ... Prof.Andre Brown – editor in chief:University of Liverpool,UK, 
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