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Building Product Models : Computer Environments, Supporting Design and Construction

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Title: Building Product Models : Computer Environments, Supporting Design and Construction
Author: Charles M Eastman
ISBN: 0849302595 / 9780849302596
Format: Hard Cover
Pages: 424
Publisher: CRC Press
Year: 1999
Availability: In Stock
     
 
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Building Product Models thoroughly presents the concepts, technology, and methods now used to work out what will become the building product model - a new, digital representation for architecture, civil engineering, and building construction.

Organized into three sections (history, current tools and concepts, and existing efforts and research issues), this resource provides the field of building product modeling with a standard reference as well as a single, comprehensive text for university courses.

Until now, all the efforts in building modeling have been reported in research journals and conference proceedings or been made available as draft standards on the Internet. Building Product Models is the only book available on this vital field, bringing together essential aspects of major efforts from the early 1970s to the present.

Preface
About The Author

Part 1 : The Context and History of Building Models
Chapter 1 : The Context of Design and Building
Chapter 2 : The Evolution of Computer Models of Buildings
Chapter 3 : Early Product Exchange Standards

Part 2 : Current Work in Product and Building Models
Chapter 4 : Modeling Concepts
Chapter 5 : ISO-Step
Chapter 6 : Step Integrated Resources
Chapter 7 : Building Aspect Models
Chapter 8 : Building Framework Models
Chapter 9 : Industry Foundation Classes

Part 3 : Research Issues
Chapter 10 : Information Exchange Architectures
Chapter 11 : Modeling Language Issues

Appendix A : Step Tool Resources
References
Index

 
 
 
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