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By H. Wagter (Eds.)

The contributions during this quantity painting, when it comes to the present cutting-edge, study on computer-aided development within the construction undefined. an entire assessment is given in the components of computer-aided layout, product modelling in development, and robot-oriented layout and development including a precis of the economic advancements in automatic platforms inside these components. The papers can be crucial examining for all these drawn to destiny automation in terms of the construction building with the accessory on layout and engineering

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W e ar e awar e of t h e importanc e of t h e definitio n of t h e produc t mode l standar d whic h is actuall y th e meetin g poin t of all ou r method s § 3 0 . 3 M e t h o d s a n d t o o l s Wha t method s shoul d DESTOOL S contain ? Followin g ou r initia l premises , w e hav e decide d t o concentrat e on suc h method s whic h a huma n desig n exper t woul d conside r a s "critical" . Fo r example , the y ma y b e concerne d wit h a proble m of prob lem definition , creatio n of alternativ e solutions , thei r selection , etc.

Informationsystems architectures; centralized vs. decentralized Various possible information systems architectures may be explored ranging from highly centralized , with topology/geometry as a common core to decentralized or distributed. Most integration concepts assume a single product database to support all target applications over the life cycle. The information systems architecture for building modeling will be modular and distributed rather than centralized. Modularity is indispensable to allow the gradual implementation and extension of the informationsystem and to ensure data integrity and effective maintenance of the database.

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