1998 volume 25(1) pages 11 – 30
doi:10.1068/b250011

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Piazzalunga U, Fitzhorn P, 1998, "Note on a three-dimensional shape grammar interpreter" Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 25(1) 11 – 30

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Note on a three-dimensional shape grammar interpreter

U Piazzalunga, P Fitzhorn

Received 30 August 1995; in revised form 13 January 1997

Abstract. A number of two-dimensional (2D) and three-dimensional (3D) shape grammar interpreters have been developed over the years. In fact, 2D variants of such interpreters are now commonly assigned as classroom exercises. In this note, a 3D implementation is described based on a commercial solid modeling kernel and an associated functional language. A Scheme implementation of the approach is discussed and several examples are given.

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