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Kenji Ito

An object-oriented pproject model approach for integrated information system in A/WC industry

Abstract: As clients' requests are becoming more diverse and extensive than ever, it is necessary to concentrate compony whole efforts and to fortify cooperation among different divisions in the A/E/C industry. In the past development of information systems, was basic focused on increasing efficency of particular domain tasks, and was not enough to respond current problems. Therefore, a new method of developing collaborative and integrated informaton systems is required to synthesize resources in order to achieve total efficiency. However, it is difficult to generate, share and maintain project data during the various phases of the A/E/C project life cycle from planning to design, construction and management of the facility. The project data needs to be stored, retrieved, manipulated, and updated by many project participants, each with his/her own view of the information. In order to realize the model description of an A/E/Cproject, such a project model should support both product-based description and process-based description. Therefore the author has been proposed an object- oriented project model (called PMAPM) supporting the multiple views that are required by various participants in A/E/C pojects, which is very important for integration of the A/E/C industry. The scope of this research is to establish an object-oriented project model supporting multiple views shared by various A/E/C project participants and provide several type of sub-product model for by computer-based systems using multiple views. The objective is the eventual development of an integrated system which includes activities from project planning through design, estimation, construction and facility management. The object-oriented project model is intended to link CAD systems, relational databases, knowledge-based expert systems and other conventional software. This paper describes the development, present status and future directions for PMAPM, an object-oriented project model designed to facilitate infonnation sharing along the paths through which workflows between project stages or specialists.

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Series: w78:1994 (browse)
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Class: class.processing (0.029631) class.software development (0.026600) class.communication (0.020650)
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Kenji Ito

Domain specific model for integmted schedule related information and safety information

Abstract: During the various phases of the A/E/C life cycle, several kinds of project data will be generated, shared, and updated by many project participants. In particular, these participants will store and retrieve the schedule information according to their needs. This is the due to the fact that the schedule information is subject to several kinds of project constraints. Therefore, many researchers have been attempting to realize the object-oriented integrated environment for linking CAD and planning or scheduling systems, or the knowledge-based expert systems for planning and scheduling. On the other hand, at the construction planning and consthction management stage, safety management is a one of the key issues in avoiding the delay of construction work. Therefore, Shimizu Corporation has been developing an accident prevention system. This paper describes the development, present status and future directions for the integrated environment between scheduling information, and an accident prevention system using domain specific models in Shimizu Corporation.

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Series: w78:1995 (browse)
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Class: class.synthesis (0.021930) class.software development (0.017461) class.environment (0.017214)
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Permission to reproduce these papers has been graciously provided by the Stanford University, USA. The support of the editors, particularly Prof. Fischer is gratefully appreciated.


Masanori Ikebe, Shigenori Tanaka, Hitoshi Furuta, and Kenji Nakamura

Research Of Document Data Identity Verfication System For Electronic Delivery

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Masanori Ikebe, Shigenori Tanaka, Hitoshi Furuta, Kenji Nakamura, and Kenta Kobayashi

Research For Supporting Joint Venture Using Organization Information On Web

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