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Kam, C. Dynamic Decision Breakdown Structure: Ontology, Methodology, & Framework for Information Management in Support of Decision-Enabling Tasks in the Building Industry. (2005). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/qf915fz1421>
Chai, E. & Murmann, B. Edge Computing Hardware for Smart Buildings. (2019). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/ns297py3379>
Law, K. H. & Lee, B. Suk. Efficiency in Instantiating Objects from Relational Databases Through Views. (1991). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/kb143mt3015>
Abram, T., Kunz, J., O’Donnell, J. & Garr, M. Energy Performance Analyses of a Santa Clara County Facility by CEE243 Student Groups. (2011). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/pn384yb9843>
Liu, D., Cheng, J., Law, K. H. & Wiederhold, G. An Engineering Information Service Infrastructure for Ubiquitous Computing. (2002). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/pm644sm0868>
Abraham, K., Flager, F., Macedo, J., Gerber, D. & Lepech, M. Enhancing Pre-Construction Decision-Making on Sustainable Commercial Building Projects. (2014). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/qn758pg5219>
Ekström, M. A. & Björnsson, H. C. Evaluating IT Investments in Construction: Accounting for Strategic Flexibility. (2003). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/fn291fm5034>
Hamledari, H. et al. Evaluation of Computer Vision-and 4D BIM-based Construction Progress Tracking on a UAV Platform. (2017). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/wh873cw2351>
Hayakawa, M. Evaluation of Technology in Construction. (1989). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/th508qb8281>
Phan, D. H. Douglas & H. Howard, C. Evaluation of the Structural Steel Framing Data Model. (1990). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/pt403cw7533>
Koga, Y. & Latombe, J. - C. Experiments in Dual-Arm Manipulation Planning. (1991). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/sf445sz1381>
Koo, B. & Fischer, M. Feasibility Study of 4D CAD in Commercial Construction. (1998). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/dh192xn0408>
Khedro, T. & Teicholz, P. The Federation of Collaborative Design Agents. (1997). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/fz917ft1900>
Jain, D., Luth, G. P., Krawinkler, H. & Law, K. H. A Formal Approach to Automating Conceptual Structural Design. (1990). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/xs923vs6135>
Koo, B., Fischer, M. & Kunz, J. A Formal Identification and Re-sequencing Process for Rapid Generation of Sequencing Alternatives in CPM Schedules. (2007). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/nz387yd9469>
Koo, B., Fischer, M. & Kunz, J. Formalization of Construction Sequencing Rationale and Classification Mechanism to Support Rapid Generation of Sequencing Alternatives. (2006). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/mw447fv7116>
Koo, B. Formalizing Construction Sequence Constraints for the Rapid Generation of Scheduling Alternatives. (2004). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/gq345sm7410>
Haymaker, J. & Fischer, M. Formalizing Narratives to Better Communicate & Integrate Sustainable Design Processes & Information. (2008). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/hj740dp1305>
Collier, E. & Fischer, M. Four-Dimensional Modeling in Design and Construction. (1995). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/zd669fn2067>
Gao, J. & Fischer, M. Framework and Case Studies Comparing Implementations and Impacts of 3D/4D Modeling Across Projects. (2008). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/ng775jk1056>
Hall, K., Wiederhold, G. & Law, K. H. A Framework for Change Management in a Design Database. (1991). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/zf145dw5233>
Chachere, J. & Haymaker, J. Framework for Measuring Rationale Clarity of AEC Design Decisions. (2008). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/fm497vr4971>
Flager, F. et al. Fully Constrained Design: a Scalable Method for Discrete Member Sizing Optimization of Steel Frame Structures. (2011). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/zj189dj3601>
Hartmann, T., Goodrich, W. E., Fischer, M. & Eberhard, D. Fulton Street Transit Center Project: 3D/4D Model Application Report. (2007). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/jb189fx5671>
Phan, D. D. H. & Howard, C. H. Functional Analysis for Facility Engineering Data Modeling using the PArtitioned eNgineering DAta flow model (PANDA). (1992). at <https://purl.stanford.edu/jd568zk2570>

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