Research on Synchronized Multi-Site Scheduling Using 5-D Building Information Modeling Technique

@inproceedings{Tazawa2014ResearchOS,
  title={Research on Synchronized Multi-Site Scheduling Using 5-D Building Information Modeling Technique},
  author={Shuhei Tazawa and Kazuya Shide and Norihito Goto and Hirotake Kanisawa and Masato Urae and Masao Ando},
  year={2014}
}
The authors have been developing methods capable of deducing the Synchronized Multi-Site Scheduling using the interface matrix obtained from the relationship between preceding and following of the tasks for the construction work with a repetitive nature. In this study, several structural construction plans were estimated by carrying out simulations using the construction delivery time which are the criteria for the structural construction method plans, as objective variables. In this study, the… 

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