Construction researchers and industry practitioners have begun to explore the possibilities offered by mobile and pervasive computing in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC). It is expected that the construction industry will be keen to apply these technologies as they promise significant benefits in areas such as materials management, project management, distributed collaboration and information management, all leading to improvements in productivity. This book offers a comprehensive reference volume to the use of mobile and pervasive computing in construction. Based on contributions from a mix of leading researchers and experts from academia and industry, it provides up-to-date insights into current research topics in this field as well as the latest technological advancements and practical examples. The chapters introduce the key theoretical concepts in mobile and pervasive computing and highlight the applications and solutions which are available to the construction industry. More specifically, the book focuses on the manner in which these technologies can be applied to improve practices in construction and related industries. This book will be of particular interest to academics, researchers, and graduate students at universities and industrial practitioners seeking to apply mobile and pervasive computing systems to improve construction industry productivity.Gu, N., Kim, M.J. and Maher, M.L. (2011) Technological Advancements in Synchronous Collaboration: The Effect of 3d Virtual Worlds and Tangible User Interfaces on Architectural ... Zhai, S. and Buxton, W. (1998) Manual and Cognitive Benefits of TwoHanded Input: An Experimental Study. ... In: Proceedings of th Conference ofthe Association for ComputerAided Design in Architecture(ACADIA a#39;94), pp.
|Title||:||Mobile and Pervasive Computing in Construction|
|Author||:||Chimay J. Anumba, Xiangyu Wang|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2012-06-29|