||Common building model for administrative checking systemagainst building design proposals
||Japanese local administrative authorities are running a joint project to develop a computer-oriented checking/confirmation system for lawfulness of buildingdesign proposals. They aim in the long run to establish a paper-less checkingsystem which enables designers to efficiently utilize their project data deriveddirectly from their own CAD systems. It will take much time to reach the goal,but this could be the first step to establish relating national CAD standardsfrom which we are now kept away caused by specifically complicated characters ofour AEC industry.This paper describes the outline of the system and explains briefly a proposedcommon building model based on standardized coding system as the results in thefirst stage of development.
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Terai T (1991).
Common building model for administrative checking systemagainst building design proposals. Wagter H, Spoonamore J (ed.); The computer integrated future. CIB Seminar, 16-17 September, 1991. Eindhoven University of Technology, Calibre, The Netherlands (ISSN: 2706-6568),