New Approaches for Multi-Criteria Analysis in Building Constructions, User-Reporting and Augmented Reality to Support the Investigation View Full Text


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DATE

2022

GENRE

Monograph

AUTHORS

Valentino Sangiorgio , Luis G. Vargas , Fabio Fatiguso , Francesco Fiorito

PUBLISHER

Springer Nature

ABSTRACT

This book is focused on the challenges of digital transition in building construction, and potential solutions through the use of multi-criteria analysis. It provides clear explanations of proposed approaches from both a theoretical and practical point of view, including augmented reality and user-reporting. New Approaches for Multi-Criteria Analysis in Constructions begins by explaining classic multi-criteria analysis methods, such as Analytic Hierarchy Processes and the Simos-Roy-Figueira method, before moving on to discuss Augmented Reality - Decision Making. This new approach provides a tool to investigate user’s perceptions, and utilises an interactive experience of the real-world environment combined with classic methods to provide a large amount of visual information. Finally, a detailed guide to user-reporting is presented. Offering new possibilities for applying multi-criteria analysis in a simpler, faster and more accessible way, this book supports analysis which considers users experience and perception. Architects, engineers, researchers and practitioners will be able to utilise augmented reality environments, multi-criteria analysis and user reporting for the building design choices, supply selection, maintenance strategies, risk and complex performance assessment. More... »

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978-3-030-83874-4 | 978-3-030-83875-1

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