eWork and eBusiness in Architecture, Engineering and Construction

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Z. Turk, R. Scherer
CRC Press, Jan 1, 2002 - Technology & Engineering - 732 pages
This is a comprehensive review of research related to construction informatics, with a particular focus on the related 5th framework EU projects on product and process technology and the implementation of the new economy technologies and business models in the construction industry.
 

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Contents

A prototype system for material procurement management based on the SCOR and CPFR models
95
Can the ECOS platform contribute to ebusiness interoperability in AEC?
103
Harmonization of standards and eBusiness technology for the AEC industrial sector
109
The benefits of contractual support for ICTS
115
Future aspects of industrial vertical markets
121
Capabilities of utilisation of information systems in facilities management
133
an interoperable GIS system for infrastructure decision making
139
A modelbased process component approach for construction project management
147
Integration of genetic algorithms and simulation for stockyard layout planning
183
A simulation tool for multiperspective site layout analysis
193
Simulation of concrete batch plant production 199 Simulation of concrete batch plant production
199
Exchanges of process information between software tools in construction the PSL language
215
Process models as a base for communication in revitalization projects
231
Are workflow management systems useful for collaborative engineering?
245
Process modelling of validation and product lifecycles
261
Using ontologies for intelligent information retrieval in an ecommerce application case study
277

State of the art of implementing new technologies for the management of
153
value engineering webbased application
159
Guideliness for implementing web based models for construction management the lack
165
a new concept dedicated to the small
171
From rough to final designs by incremental setinclusion of properties
293
an experiment and impacts on industry practice
307
An eDocument approach for improving communication in AEC projects
335
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