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Table Of Contents

1.1.1 Computer integrated environments
1.1.2 Requirements engineering
Requirements Engineering in Software Development
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Requirements Engineering
2.3 Requirements Fundamentals and Principles
2.4 Requirements Engineering Process
2.4.1 Contextual design approach
2.4.2 Use case-driven requirements analysis
2.4.3 Agile requirements engineering processes
Computer Integrated Environments
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The Construction Industry and its Features
3.2.1 Benefits of CIE to the construction industry
3.3 The Scope and Roles of CIE in Construction
3.3.1 Building information modelling (BIM)
3.3.2 Product models
3.4 Implementation of CIE in the Construction Industry
3.5 The CIE Case Study Project 1
3.5.1 The CIE system in Case Study 1
3.6 The CIE Case Study Project 2
3.6.1 The CIE system in Case Study 2
3.7 The CIE Case Study 3
3.7.1 The CIE system in Case Study 3
3.8 The CIE Case Study 4
3.8.1 The CIE system in Case Study 4
4.1 Introduction
4.2 CIE Systems from Technological Perspective
4.3 Requirements Engineering in the CIE Community
4.3.1 The ATLAS system
4.3.2 The OSCON system
4.3.3 The SPACE system
4.3.4 The WISPER system
4.3.5 The GALLICON system
4.3.6 The DIVERCITY system
4.3.7 The nD modelling system
4.4 Interviews in the Construction CIE Community
Evaluation of Requirements Engineering Processes
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Improving the Requirements Engineering Process
5.2.2 Goal-oriented requirements engineering
5.2.4 The measurability of quality requirements
5.2.5 The requirement fundamentals
5.2.6 Identifying and involving the stakeholders
5.2.8 Barriers to uptake of requirements engineering
5.4 Comparative Analysis and Evaluation
6.1 Introduction
6.2 The Need for the CIE System As a BIM Tool
6.3 The Requirements Engineering Process
6.3.1 Use case modelling
6.3.2 Contextual design technique
6.3.3 Storyboarding for acquiring tacit knowledge
6.3.4 Incremental prototyping with the user tests
6.4.1 The vision statement
6.4.2 Stakeholders’ perspective
6.4.3 Use case modelling
6.6.1 The testing methodology in Case Studies 3 and 4
6.6.2 Use cases and the storyboard in the user tests
6.6.3 Testing results
Evaluation of the Requirements Engineering Practices
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Scope of the Evaluation and Assessment Model
7.2.2 User satisfaction and commitment
7.2.3 Cost–benefit analysis
7.2.4 The quality of architecture of the CIE systems
7.3 The Evaluation and Assessment in Case Study 3
7.3.1 Plotting the survey data
7.4 Survey Results and Evaluation
7.4.3 User satisfaction and commitment
7.4.4 Quality of cost–benefit analysis
7.4.5 The quality of the architecture of the CIE system
7.4.7 Summary of the analysis
Mastering the Requirements Engineering Practices
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Project Start-off
8.2.1 Setting the scope
8.3 Requirements Elicitation
8.4.1 Interpretation sessions
8.4.2 Consolidation
8.4.3 Communicating to the stakeholders
8.5 Visioning and Process Modelling (Storyboarding)
8.5.1 Walking through the data
8.5.2 Vision development for business process redesign
8.5.4 Technical action for technological possibilities
8.6 System Design
8.7 Use Case and Object Modelling with UML
8.7.1 Implementation of the system design
8.8.1 Test plan and design
8.8.2 Alpha phase testing (unit test)
8.8.3 Beta phase testing
8.8.4 Final phase testing
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Internal (Dependent) Evaluation
9.3 External (Independent) Evaluation
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Contribution to Knowledge Society
10.3 Main Conclusions
10.4 Recommendations for the Future
Index
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Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environments in Construction

Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environments in Construction

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Efficient communication, collaboration, data exchange and sharing are crucial for the success of today's many multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary work environments. The implementation of computer integrated environments (CIE) is increasing and the requirements engineering necessary for the development of these systems is critical.

Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environments in Construction provides an important source of information and advice for organizations needing bridge the gap between users and developers in the implementation of computer integrated solutions as well as for consultants providing services to their clients in CIE development.

The framework explained in the book is comprehensive and accessible. It provides a set of tools and techniques enabling readers to design, manage and deliver effective CIE-type systems in any complex organization – from construction and manufacturing to the information technology and service sectors. Construction companies for example, can use the framework provided to implement building information modelling to manage the diagnosis, planning, implementation and monitoring stages in BIM adoption.

Based on real experiences and lessons learned from many years of system development, this book offers an excellent resource for researchers and postgraduate students interested in CIE development for all multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary work environments.

Efficient communication, collaboration, data exchange and sharing are crucial for the success of today's many multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary work environments. The implementation of computer integrated environments (CIE) is increasing and the requirements engineering necessary for the development of these systems is critical.

Requirements Engineering for Computer Integrated Environments in Construction provides an important source of information and advice for organizations needing bridge the gap between users and developers in the implementation of computer integrated solutions as well as for consultants providing services to their clients in CIE development.

The framework explained in the book is comprehensive and accessible. It provides a set of tools and techniques enabling readers to design, manage and deliver effective CIE-type systems in any complex organization – from construction and manufacturing to the information technology and service sectors. Construction companies for example, can use the framework provided to implement building information modelling to manage the diagnosis, planning, implementation and monitoring stages in BIM adoption.

Based on real experiences and lessons learned from many years of system development, this book offers an excellent resource for researchers and postgraduate students interested in CIE development for all multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary work environments.

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