The language of formal architecture
The aim of this paper is to present a view of the basic concepts used in research into formal architectures. The concept of a language of architecture is a set of constructions analogous to a set of strings. All in all, the static description of architecture by means of graphs and semilattices is compiled from a dynamic description of operations, which leads to the proposed formalization of some central definitions in architectural research.
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