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Paper w78-2002-17:
Design and construction: What are they?

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Dyson M

Design and construction: What are they?

Abstract: How can we communicate design knowledge in construction? Models convey information and are sourced from a greater process of design. Seeing a latent potential for knowledge-implementation in modelling as design process reengineering, a basis is first required for representing the design to construction process as modelling. What is design and construction in this context? How can we 'read' the modelling process in practice before improving it? This paper discusses some research related issues for constructing a description of what we do in practice to answer some of these questions. This approach is the core of a PhD project within CID working with the idea of concept-framed object transformations based on the formalisation of practice-related CAD-methods.



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Class: class.strategies (0.060817) class.communication (0.024561) class.collaboration (0.010383)
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Permission to reproduce these documents have been graciously provided by the Aarhus School of Architecture, Denmark. The assistnace of the editor, Prof. Kristian Agger, is gratefully aprecciated.


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