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Motivating Example

  • Formally, a design artifact is described by a set of attribute-value pairs.

    Let A1, ..., An be a fixed set of parameters with fixed ranges R1, ..., Rn:

    • Design space is the cartesian product R1 × ... × Rn;

    • Requirements – a relation R which defines a subset of this space;

    • Constraints – a relation C which defines a subset of this space;

    • Preference – a partial function P having all possible designs as its domain and preference values as its range.


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