So, what comes next? constructive randomness within products



So What Comes Next? Constructive Randomness Within Products
Şener Pedgley, Bahar; Pedgley, Owaın Francıs (2019-3-19)
Product design is most often about building order and predictable functions into objects. There exists however a fascinating array of products that possess some purposeful disorder and unpredictability. These products embrace the concept of randomness and interaction with such products brings an experience of being out of control. This paper discusses the concept and application of randomness in product design through a two- pronged methodology: partly a survey of prior academic art and partly an analysis o...
SO(3,1)-valued Yang-Mills fields
Dundarer, AR (2001-02-01)
SO(3,1)-valued Yang-Mills fields are constructed on the four-dimensional manifold M-4 = M-2 X S-2, where M-2 is a semiinfinite strip. It is shown that these fields have action proportional to the winding number of S-2 and the width of the strip and satisfy a self-duality relation of the form *F = -i gamma F-5. The Einstein tenser for the metric considered is found to be G(mu,nu) = 3g(mu,nu).
The meaning of environmental aesthetics: For what? For whom?
Ataöv Demirkan, Anlı (2017-11-04)
Studies on environmental aesthetics discuss the notion of aesthetics in relation to people's perception of the environment, their emotional and behavioral responses to the perceived, and the relationships between them. This directly resumes individual experiences in space. Respectively, the field acknowledges that aesthetic judgement is based on subjective experiences yet it also argues that the objectivity can be found among people with similar age, socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. In urban life pr...
While making Istanbul a global city, what has happened in the heritage geographies?
Akkar Ercan, Zübeyde Müge (2020-01-01)
And Is this really freedom? The Ambivalence of Late Ottoman and Early Republican Spaces of Femininity
Özkaya, Ayşe Belgin (2007-10-27)
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B. Şener Pedgley, “So, what comes next? constructive randomness within products,” 2012, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: