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Introducing Deising Rationale Editor (DRed) and its new features

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A new IBIS -based software tool called DRed has been developed by researchers in the University Technology Partnership (UTP) for Design in the Engineering Design Centre (EDC). DRed allows designers to record their design rationale (DR) at the time of its generation and deliberation. The design rationale is displayed in a document as a graph of nodes linked with directed arcs. The user creates the nodes by choosing from a predefined set of element types. In this seminar, one of DRED developers will introduce and demonstrate a new, substantially revised DRed version 1.1.24.

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