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Planning processes in civil engineering are highly complex and characterised by a great number of participants and heterogeneous, distributed planning resources in terms of software methods, models and means of communication. The interaction, communication and information exchange between planning participants must be organised in computer networks. This(More)
Process modeling is a central aspect for the support of the network-based coordination of planning processes in civil engineering. Hereby, the planning processes are characterized by some significant aspects, especially the great complexity and the dynamical behavior. To master both, the complexity and the refinement of planning processes, appropriate(More)
To avoid personal and property damages a building has to be planned in accordance with the valid fire protection guidelines. Also with respect to structural alterations the fire protection is a dominant aspect. In order to guarantee the protection objectives in all planning phases, the planning information has to be provided to all designers. Each designer(More)
In the last years an additional option to reach fire protection engineering design decisions was introduced next to applying prescriptive codes, the performance-based approach. For the demonstration of the safe performance of a building fire protection engineers make more and more use of computer models and simulations for the analysis of fire, smoke and(More)