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A Framework for Evaluating the Impact of Construction Research and Development on University, Construction Industry, and GovernmentDownload
Research and development (R&D) partnerships among universities, industries, and government agencies involve investigative activities that may result in new discoveries and innovations. While R&D partnerships are critical for the technological advancement of the construction industry, they require...
This research focuses on the accounts payable function in construction firms. The cash conversion cycle includes accounts payable and accounts receivable support functions. Research objectives focus on mapping the existing accounts payable processes in construction, building a model to represent...
Changes are commonly required throughout construction projects. Although some changes can be beneficial, most changes are believed to adversely affect project performance. Nevertheless, the matter of change is often overlooked by construction companies and practitioners, thereby resulting in cost...
Although much academic research has been performed in the study of construction process simulation, this research has not seen mainstream application in the construction industry. Many factors play a deterrent role in the adoption of simulation by construction end users, mainly the time, cost and...
A Semantic-Driven Framework for Facilitating Reusability and Interoperability of Construction Simulation ModelingDownload
This research describes a semantic-driven framework to facilitate reusability and interoperability of simulation and modeling of construction processes. An immense amount of knowledge of construction processes and simulation modeling is needed to develop construction simulation models. Knowledge...
In this dissertation, I present a corpus-based, constructionist account of Modern Standard Arabic (MSA) GO verbs (ḏahaba, maḍā, and rāḥa) and COME verbs (atā, ḥaḍara, ǧā’a, and qadima). These seven deictic motion verbs count among the most frequent lexical items in MSA, nevertheless, they are...
Santana, Andre M., Tonhati, Humberto, Greco, Anthony J., Mishra, Bina, Cai, Zhipeng, Kumar, S. T. Bharani, Tantia, Madhu S., Jones, Brittany C., Saradhi, G. Pardha, Miziara, Melissa N., Kumar, M. Aravind, Kochan, Kelli J., Goldammer, Tom, Brunner, Ronald M., Caetano, Alexandre R., Weikard, Rosemarie, Womack, James E., Mathew, Boby, Kumar, Satish, Pelai, Vanderlei A., Filho, Edson A. R., Jeong, Jooha, Prasad, Aparna, Vijh, Ramesh K., Lin, Guohui, Moore, Stephen, Galvao, Stephan R., Mariani, Paola, Grant, Jason R., Stafuzza, Nedenia B., Fornitano, Larissa C., Riggs, Penny K., Stothard, Paul, Amaral, M. Elisabete
Background The recently constructed river buffalo whole-genome radiation hybrid panel (BBURH5000) has already been used to generate preliminary radiation hybrid (RH) maps for several chromosomes, and buffalo-bovine comparative chromosome maps have been constructed. Here, we present the...
A fuzzy consensus building framework for early alignment of construction project teams on the extent of their roles and responsibilitiesDownload
This thesis presents a Fuzzy Consensus Building Framework (FCBF), which enables construction project parties to align their teams on their roles and responsibilities early on in their projects. The framework introduces a model that (1) incorporates consensus of construction project teams in...