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authors Rosenman, M. A., Gero, J. S. and Hwang, Y-S.
year 1993
title Representation of multiple concepts of a design object based on multiple functions
source K. Mathur, M. Betts and K. W. Tham (eds), Management of Information Technology for Construction, World Scientific, Singapore, pp. 239-254
summary Current representatuin schemas for design objects in CAD environments make assumptions regarding particular representations of the design object. In the AEC environemnt, many disciplines are involved, each with its own concept of the design object. Each such concept must be respected and accomodated in any representation. This paper presents the ideas behind the representation of multiple concepts from an underlying description of a design such that the inter and intra-discipline views of that design can be formed dynamically.
keywords information technology, concewptual modeling, multiple abstraction representation, building design, function
series other
type normal paper
email john@arch.usyd.edu.au
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