Development of construction best practice expert system

Poon, Joanna, Potts, Keith and Cooper, Patricia 2000, Development of construction best practice expert system, in ARCOM 2000 : Construction process research : Proceedings from the 2000 Association of Researchers in Construction Management Doctoral Workshop, ARCOM, Loughborough, England, pp. 45-54.

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Title Development of construction best practice expert system
Author(s) Poon, Joanna
Potts, Keith
Cooper, Patricia
Conference name Association of Researchers in Construction Management. Doctoral Workshop (2000 : Loughborough, England)
Conference location Loughborough, England
Conference dates 16 Feb. 2000
Title of proceedings ARCOM 2000 : Construction process research : Proceedings from the 2000 Association of Researchers in Construction Management Doctoral Workshop
Editor(s) Thorpe, Tony
Dainty, Andew
Edum-Fotwe, Francis
Publication date 2000
Conference series Association of Researchers in Construction Management Doctoral Workshop
Start page 45
End page 54
Total pages 10
Publisher ARCOM
Place of publication Loughborough, England
Keyword(s) best practice
construction process
modelling
Summary The performance level of construction industry in the UK is generally considered to be low. The reasons for this situation are twofold, firstly due to the temporary organisational structure of construction team and secondly the inefficient construction process. Previous research in this area has focused on developing a generic model to represent the construction process. It is necessary to develop a process model, which clearly identifies the roles and responsibilities of the major parties on the building team and identifies the key issues within the project cycle. The method for presenting this model is by using an expert system. The primary aim of this paper is to discuss the development of the CONstruction Best Practice System (CONBPS). The theoretical framework of CONBPS and the development and evaluation of the system will be described. The future research will also be discussed. Finally, the advantage of this model will be identified.
Language eng
Field of Research 159999 Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective 970115 Expanding Knowledge in Commerce, Management, Tourism and Services
HERDC Research category E1.1 Full written paper - refereed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30054440

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Management and Marketing
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