eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction. ECPPM 2006: European Conference on Product and Process Modelling 2006 (ECPPM 2006), Valencia, Spain, 13-15 September 2006

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Manuel Martinez, Raimar Scherer
CRC Press, 2006 M08 24 - 672 pages

The task of structuring information on built environment has presented challenges to the research community, software developers and the industry for the last 20 years. Recent work has taken advantage of Web and industry standards such as XML, OWL, IFC and STEP. Another important technology for the fragmented AEC industry is digital communication. Wired or wireless, it brings together architects, engineers and construction site workers, enabling them to exchange information, communicate and work together. Virtual enterprise organization structures, involving mobile teams over distance, are highly compatible with the needs of the construction industry.

 

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Contents

Strategies for life cycleoriented integration of information processes
21
Towards an improved steering of design process in architecture
43
E Firat J Kiiras P Huovinen
57
K Menzel M Keller
75
Mapping FIDE model into IFC model
95
Integration of controloriented user behavior models in building information systems
101
Semantic integration of product model data in fire protection engineering
115
Application of 4D at fieldApplying 4D to control materials
135
Semanticbased decomposition of longlived optimistic transactions in advanced
223
Preservation of meaning in mapped IFCs
233
Relating civil engineering concepts intensionally by Galois connections
247
A virtual roombook as an internet based building data repository
267
Development of a management model with integrated system in architectural software
287
A knowledgebased simulation system
303
An object oriented paradigm
317
Data mining for associated temporal patterns of seismic waves
337

EIGAPEV integrated environment for automatic managing of building projects
153
Testing collaboration using IFC based software
173
The HITOS projectA full scale IFC test
191
A generic approach for fullyconcurrent systems
209
ISM interoperable smart module in 8Government facilities
353
Grid service oriented provenance support for product modelling defect resolution
367
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