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Paper w78-1996-241:
Electronic interaction in construction: why is not a reality?

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Grilo A, Betts M, Mateus M

Electronic interaction in construction: why is not a reality?

Abstract: The achievement of CIC requires that electronic links between parties in a construction project are accomplished. While there has been substancial research on the technical issues of electronic communications between construction firms, the absence of electronic links in practice suggests that research is needed realted to the implementation issues. Such work is partially described in this paper where the approach is in context of the network industrial organisation paradigm. This paper aims at contributing to a better understanding of the lack of electronic links in construction project networks. this is done throuhg the presentation of the CONNET model



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Class: class.man-software (0.019448) class.communication (0.015060) class.collaboration (0.011029)
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