Evolutionary, Unconscious Design Support for the Architectural, Engineering and Construction Industry
Van de Ruitenbeek, H.K.M.
Publisher: Stichting Ontwerp Onderzoek Nederland (SOON)
The Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry is a complex system in which carpenters, structural designers, architects, modellers, cost estimators, planners, politicians and many others act apart together in project-specific virtual enterprises. There i...
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