Conceptually, we could group such chapters into three macro groups: 1) Problem definition (chap. 1-7): the starting point is the analysis of the productivity of the construction sector, which is closely linked to a lack of technology. It shows that the slow acquisition of digital management methodologies is one of the elements that makes the sector considerably less innovative and productive than others. At the end of this section (chap. 7) is presented the disruptive innovation of BIM, intended as a necessary starting point for the application of artificial intelligence techniques. 2) Complexity, method, support (chap. 8-16): the central part of the work ranges from a theoretical investigation of the problems related to co-creation to a description of the techniques identified to make this evolution possible. Chapter 8 analyses an underlying theme: the alternative between Perfect Slave or Extended Designer. Particular interest is to be attributed to paragraphs 12.1 and 12.2, where the concepts of Design Intent and Design Rationale are introduced, aspects of particular importance for the communicative effectiveness of human-machine interfaces. The section ends with the presentation of the Swarm approach, identified as a solution to the problem of self-organisation of the building model. 3) Application (chap. 17-20): the conclusion of the text is dedicated to the explanation of the operating modes of the proposed system, and the scenarios related to the possibility of the machine learning, according to successful previously assumed choices, or to external evaluations of the proposed choices. Chapter 19 offers suggestions for further development of the research.
Building Swarm Modelling / Novembri, Gabriele. - (2019), pp. 0-153.
|Titolo:||Building Swarm Modelling|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2019|
|Appartiene alla tipologia:||03a Saggio, Trattato Scientifico|