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Title: Model for a Complex Analysis of Intelligent Built Environment
Authors: Kaklauskas, Artūras
Zavadskas, Edmundas Kazimieras
Naimavičienė, Jurga
Krutinis, Mindaugas
Plakys, Vytautas
Venskus, Donatas
Keywords: Intelligent built environment
Multiple criteria analysis
Decision support system
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Kaklauskas, A.; Zavadskas, E. K.; Naimavičienė, J.; Krutinis, M.; Plakys, V.; Venskus, D. 2010. Model for a Complex Analysis of Intelligent Built Environment, Automation in Construction: An International Research Journal 19(3): 326-340.
Abstract: The purpose of intelligent built environment is to improve inhabitant’s quality of life and to satisfy inhabitants by replacing routine work with smart devices and robots. Smart devices and robots can interpret changes in the built environment and respond appropriately. The problem is how to define a rational intelligent built environment when many various stakeholders are involved, projects have thousands of alternative versions and the quality of life and economical efficiency changes with alterations in micro and macro environmental conditions and the constituent parts of the process in question. Moreover, the realization of some objectives seems more rational from the economic perspective though their significance is varied from other perspectives. The formalized Model for Complex Analysis of Intelligent Built Environment and the Multiple Criteria Decision Support System of Intelligent Built Environment developed by the authors of this paper show how changes in project alternatives and the extent to which the goals of various stakeholders are satisfied cause respective changes in the value and utility degree of a project. To achieve the above-mentioned aims new multiple criteria analysis methods were developed.
ISSN: 0926-5805
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