A model for integrating construction design and data
Author(s): Yangka Rigyal
Abstract: The strain of timely retrieval of useful information from various data sources is a major cause of low productivity in the construction industry. The box of this examination is to afford a new methodology to holder the data-heterogeneity problems arise upon in a construction change. This enquiry proposes a tree-structured product model, which binds design data, cost data and list data together, as a practical solution for the data integration difficult in formation ventures. The style uses the knowledge representation of manufacturing projects based on an ontology. Metadata are charity to describe the concrete structure of the mission knowledge. The impression of views is used to answer particular queries from different domains. A general approach is under development to maintenance queries about a certain assembly project from different user perspectives based on diverse erection records sources in a dynamic environment. The research is composed of two major parts: (1) unite the assorted construction data into a tree structure; and (2) retrieve information also acquire domain views by specifying the ways of traversing the tree. The future goal is to advance a prototype that will support some of the most main occupations needed in today’s construction projects. Functional illustrations are used to determine the validity of the anticipated association.