Heinrich T, Huhnt W
Determination of effects of modifications during planning processes
Abstract: Usually, the co-ordination of design and planning tasks of a project in the
construction industries is done in a paper based way. Subsequent modifications
have to be handled manually. The effects of modifications cannot be determined
automatically. The approach to specify a complete process model before project
start does not consider the requirements of the construction industries. The effort of
specification at the beginning and during the process (modifications) does not
justify the use of standard process model techniques.
A new approach is presented in this paper. A complete process model is deducted
on the base of a core. The core consists of process elements and relations between
them. Modifications need to be specified in the core only. The effort of specification
is therefore reduced. The deduction of the complete process is based on the graph
theory. Algorithms of the graph theory are also used to determine the effects of
modifications during the project work.
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