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A multi stage verification and validation methodology is described, and its applicability to
the present work is demonstrated by a number of examples addressing each successive step
of the methodology.
A number of imaginary and real world case studies are described to demonstrate application
of the present work both in a modelling orientated context and in a building engineering
Then the general conclusions of the present work are summarized. Next and finally, there are
recommendations towards possible future work in the areas of: theory, user interface,
software structure, application, and technology transfer.
Representations are prepared for periodic design review either manually through hand-drawn graphics and handcrafted models; or with the aid of computer aided design programs. Computer programs can profoundly increase the speed and accuracy of the process', as well as provide a level of integration, graphic representation and simulation, untenable through a manual process.
By maintaining a single control model in an Integrated Component-based Computer Design Modeling System (ICCDMS), interested parties could access the design model at any point during the process. Each party could either: 1. Analyze individual components, or constraints of the model, for interferences against parameters within that party's control; or 2. Explore design alternatives to modify the model, and verify the integration of the components or functions, within the design model, as allowable in relation to other control parameters.
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