Task-oriented Design through Deep Reinforcement Learning

13 Mar 2019  ·  Junyoung Choi, Minsung Hyun, Nojun Kwak ·

We propose a new low-cost machine-learning-based methodology which assists designers in reducing the gap between the problem and the solution in the design process. Our work applies reinforcement learning (RL) to find the optimal task-oriented design solution through the construction of the design action for each task. For this task-oriented design, the 3D design process in product design is assigned to an action space in Deep RL, and the desired 3D model is obtained by training each design action according to the task. By showing that this method achieves satisfactory design even when applied to a task pursuing multiple goals, we suggest the direction of how machine learning can contribute to the design process. Also, we have validated with product designers that this methodology can assist the creative part in the process of design.

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