Inverse design

Alternative definitions (3), class: vernacular (1.0)
Term: Inverse design

Inverse design is the design process that starts with target properties of a design and then finds the values of suitable design parameters that satisfies the target properties. It is different from the traditional "forward" design process where we start with some values of design parameters and then evaluate the properties.


In architectrual design, it is common to be encountered with inverse design problems where expected geometries are prespecified as targets.

Created 2023.04.11
Last Modified 2023.04.14
Contributed by Joy Falconer

Can you provide more details in the example? - Peaceful Panda 2023.04.18

Give more explanation on what you mean by target properties? - Radiance Panther 2023.04.12