Automated conflict resolution for design process

from the let-the-machine-figure-it-out dept.
The nanotechnology design process can seem overwhelming in its complexity. Fortunately, efforts are already underway to automate the identification and resolution of design conflicts in today's systems, such as work by Shimon Nof at Purdue: "The aim is to create software tools that not only identify conflicts in advance but also describe fine details about the nature of those conflicts to better pinpoint a resolution. So far, experimental results have shown that such software tools are capable of eliminating the 'dependency on humans to execute critical design tasks' needed to resolve conflicts that arise in facility design, Nof says in a research paper about the work."

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