Computing in Civil and Building Engineering: Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference: August 14-16, 2000, Stanford, California

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A collection of 210 technical papers presented at the Eighth International Conference on Computing in Civil and Building Engineering held at Stanford University, Stanford, California, August 14-16, 2000. These papers explore the latest in advanced computing theory and technologies; computing applications in civil and building engineering practice and education; and computing issues, experiences, and lessons learned. Topics covered are: project life-cycle; Internet and data mining; e-commerce; e-code checking; e-learning; seismic analysis; AEC education; standards; interoperability; CAD, GIS, and GPS; multimedia and virtual reality; 3D and 4D planning in construction; fuzzy sets; neural networks and genetic algorithms; product and process modeling; human factors and future workspaces; structural modeling and analysis; optimization; transportation; tall building analysis and design; water-related projects; support for client requirements and bidding; road maintenance and management; project control, scheduling, and cost; simulation of nonrectilinear structures; FEM and bridges; and simulation-based design.
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Contains 206 papers from the August 2000 conference which covered a broad spectrum of topics, including: project life-cycle, Internet and data mining, e-commerce, e-code checking, e-learning, AEC education, standards, interoperability, CAD, GIS, and GPS, multimedia and virtual reality, 3D and 4D planning in construction, fuzzy sets, neural networks and genetic algorithms, product and process modeling, human factors and future workplaces, structural modeling and analysis, optimization, and transportation. Specific topics include advantages of Web technology supported virtual model (VM) for consensus making; an innovative communication channel for local residents on a proposed public utility service building; computer simulation for reinforced concrete structures demolished by controlled explosion; teaching architectural design in virtual studios; development of hazard map using GIS to reduce traffic accidents; SATWE, a CAD program for tall buildings; computer vision techniques for pipe inspection; and simulation of nonrectilinear structures (e.g., wind resistance of a traditional Chinese temple). Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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  • ISBN-13: 9780784405130
  • Publisher: American Society of Civil Engineers
  • Publication date: 6/1/2000
  • Pages: 1632

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