Formalizing Construction Knowledge for Concurrent Performance-Based Design

  title={Formalizing Construction Knowledge for Concurrent Performance-Based Design},
  author={Martin Fischer},
The capability to represent design solutions with product models has increased significantly in recent years. Correspondingly the formalization of design methods has progressed for several traditional design disciplines, making the multi-disciplinary design process increasingly performance and computerbased. A similar formalization of construction concepts is needed so that construction professionals can participate as a discipline contributing to the modelbased design of a facility and its… CONTINUE READING

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