Chulalongkorn University, Faculty of Engineering, Department of Computer Engineering, Bangkok, Thailand
Integration of CAD Software with DSS for Engineering and Architectural Project Design
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: Integration of CAD Software with DSS for Engineering and Architectural Project Design
Abstract : CAD software is a necessary tool for the engineering and architectural design of a visible object or model. Therefore, project development and management of such objects needs an estimation of time/cost corresponding to the design in order to complete its successful construction. Most project management software, however, lacks the ability to share this information with CAD software which provides one of the requirements for engineering and architectural projects. This research proposes an integration of the CAD software with DSS based project management software. The integrated system extends the original CAD system with the traditional triple constraints of the project management (time, cost and scope) which allow users to either manage their project with the estimated change of design or design the product and estimate the result for supporting their decision. The implementation of an integrated system of CAD and DSS is conducted for sample housing projects. The experimental results show that the system enables the collaborative work between architectures and project managers to explore their decisions in the design processes.
: Computer Science
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