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These are the academic papers that we have written as
a result of our work on the Yingzao fashi project.
Carpentry in the Yingzao Fashi (1996)
5, no. 2 (Sept. 1996). (This takes you out of our site.)
- Using Virtual Models to Teach Traditional
Chinese Construction (1996)
In The Introduction of Technology: CAAD Teaching
and Research Directions in Asia, ed. Thomas Kvan, 119-130. Hong Kong:
Department of Architecture, University of Hong Kong, 1996.
- The Rule-based Nature
of Wood Frame Construction of the Yingzao Fashi and the Role of
Virtual Modelling in Understanding It (1995)
In Computing in Architectural Research, Proceedings
of the International Conference on Chinese Architectural History (7-10
August 1995, Hong Kong), 25-40.
- Virtual Modelling
and Traditional Chinese Wood Construction (1995)
Presented at Theatres of Decolonization (6-10 January
1995, Chandigarh, India).
- A Computer-based Teaching
Tool for Traditional Chinese Wood Construction (1994)
In Preconference Proceedings, Advances in Computer-based
Building Design Systems, 7th International Conference on Systems Research,
Informatics and Cybernetics (15-21 August 1994, Baden-Baden, Germany),
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