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Tracking decision-making during architectural design

Cooper, GS; Cerulli, C; Lawson, BR; Peng, C; Rezgui, Y

Authors

GS Cooper

C Cerulli

BR Lawson

C Peng

Y Rezgui



Abstract

There is a powerful cocktail of circumstances governing the way decisions are made during the architectural design process of a building project. There is considerable potential for misunderstandings, inappropriate changes, change which give rise to unforeseen difficulties, decisions which are not notified to all interested parties, and many other similar problems. The paper presents research conducted within the frame of the EPSRC funded ADS project aiming at addressing the problems linked with the evolution and changing environment of project information to support better decision-making. The paper presents the conceptual framework as well as the software environment that has been developed to support decision-making during building projects, and reports on work carried out on the application of the approach to the architectural design stage. This decision-tracking environment has been evaluated and validated by professionals and practitioners from industry using several instruments as described in the paper.

Citation

Cooper, G., Cerulli, C., Lawson, B., Peng, C., & Rezgui, Y. (2005). Tracking decision-making during architectural design

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Jan 1, 2005
Deposit Date Sep 25, 2007
Publicly Available Date Sep 25, 2007
Journal Journal of Information Technology in Construction (ITCon)
Print ISSN 14006529
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 10
Pages 125-139
Publisher URL http://www.itcon.org/cgi-bin/works/Show?2005_10

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