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12 MARCH 2015

Hugh Dubberly: Design the Future

"Hugh is the President of Dubberly Design and talented design planner and teacher. At Apple Computer in the late 80s and early 90s, Hugh managed cross-functional design teams and later managed creative services for the entire company. While at Apple, he co-created a technology-forecast film called 'Knowledge Navigator,' that presaged the appearance of the Internet in a portable digital device. While at Apple, he served at Art Center College of Design in Pasadena as the first and founding chairman of the computer graphics department.

Intrigued by what the publishing industry would look like on the Internet, he next became Director of Interface Design for Times Mirror. This led him to Netscape where he became Vice President of Design and managed groups responsible for the design, engineering, and production of Netscape's Web portal. Hugh graduated from Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in graphic design and earned an MFA in graphic design from Yale.

This lecture was held on Wednesday, October 3, 2012 at 4:30pm in 1305 Newell Simon Hall."

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2012 • age of biology • Apple Computer • Art Center College of Design in Pasadena • Austin Henderson • biological model • boundary objectsCarnegie Mellon Universitycommunication systemsconcept map • concept mapping • conceptual model • continuous change • creative servicescross-functional design teamsdata modelling • data models • design of the system rather than the object • design planner • design the futureDesign the Future Lecture ProgrammeDonald Norman • Dubberly Design • Fred Murrell • George Lakoffgraphic designer • HCII • Hugh Dubberlyinterface design • James Griesemer • Jay Doblin • John Rheinfrank • Kevin KellyKnowledge Navigator (1988)lingua franca • manufacturing age • mechanistic modelmetaphors of realityNetscape • networked-services ecology • org chart • Pasadena • portable digital device • Rhode Island School of Designservice design • service designer • Susan Leigh Star • system image • technology forecasting • Times Mirror • VisiCalc • whole systems

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Simon Perkins
01 FEBRUARY 2013

Entity Relationship Diagramming video tutorial

Fig.1 Gina Baldazzi (2013). "Entity Relationship Diagram (ERD) Training Video", 15 minutes.

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ridge table • business rules • cardinality • crows foot notation • data modellingdata modelling techniquedatabase design • database entity • design techniquediagrammatic visualisationEntity-Relationship DiagramEntity-Relationship ModellingERDERMinformation architectureinformation design • intersection table • logical database designlogical relationshipslogical structurenotation • primary key • relational modelling • relationship modelling • tuple • unique key • video tutorial

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Simon Perkins
10 JULY 2009

Case*Method: Entity Relationship Modelling

"powerful technique of entity relationship modelling from this definitive guide. In a lucid instructional style, Richard Barker shows how the data modelling technique can be applied to develop high–quality, integrated information systems."

Richard Barker (1990). CASE* Method: Entity Relationship Modelling, Addison–Wesley.

[Entity-Relationship Modelling is a method for designing a 'logical' database (as apposed to creating a 'physical' database). In the notation an 'entity' is a logical way of describing a database table. Each entity has properties, which are a logical way of describing database fields. Each entity will more than likely have a relationship with other entities, these are expressed in terms of either a 'many-to-one' or a 'one-to-many' or a 'one-to-one relationship. Note that it is not logically possible to have a 'many-to-many' relationship - in such cases an 'intersection table' is inserted.]

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3NF • Case Method • data • data administrators • data analysis • data analysts • data modelling • data modelling language • data modelling technique • data normalising • data strategists • database design • database normalisation • definitive definition • definitive guide • design techniquediagrammatic visualisation • Edgar Codd • entity • Entity-Relationship DiagramEntity-Relationship ModellingERDERM • flight ticket ERD • graphical information model • hierarchical visualisationinformation design • integrated information systems • Integration DEFinition for Information Modelling (IDEF1X) • logical database design • logical hierarchy • logical relationshipslogical structure • lucid instructional style • normal form • normalisation process • referential integrity • relationship modelling • Richard Barker • semantic data modelling • softbox • software engineering • third normal form • Third Normal Form (3NF)

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Simon Perkins
21 JUNE 2005

Geosimulation: Automata-based Modelling Of Urban Phenomena

Paul M Torrens
Geosimulation is a catch–all phrase that can be used to represent a new wave of spatial simulation modelling that has come to the fore in very recent years. Besides traditional urban modelling and simulation, the intellectual roots of geosimulation derive from recent developments in computer science and geographic information science. The geosimulation approach draws together a diversity of theories and techniques, offering a unique perspective that traditional simulation has commonly lacked: a view of urban phenomena as a result of the collective dynamics of interacting objects, often represented at the scale of individual households, people, and units of real estate and at time–scales approaching "real time".

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automatadata modellinggeographic information science • geosimulation • GIS • spatial simulation • Torrens • urban modelling
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