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to create pictorial, non-computable data. However, the presumption is that the
data is computable. It is quite common to attempt to use design data for analysis,
cost estimating, or even visualization and find that the data – although it looks
computable, is actually a collection of pictorial elements. For the most part,
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additional analysis. This process is both wasteful and error prone.” [BERNSTEIN,
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BEST, Gordon, Method and Intention in Architectural Design, IN Design Methods in
Achitecture, London: Lund Humphries, 1969, P 147–165.
CHENG, Renee, Questioning the Role of BIM in Architectural Education,
http://www.aecbytes.com/viewpoint/2006/issue_26.html, June 2006.
DOSI, Giovanni, Technological Paradigms and Technological Trajectories: A
Suggested interpretation of the Determinants and Directions of Technical Change,
IN Revista Brasileira de Inovação, Vol. 5, Nº 1, Rio de Janeiro: FINEP, 2006.
OXMAN, Rivka, Theory and Design in the First Digital Age, IN Design Studies, Vol
27, May 2006, P 229–247.
SELETSKY, Paul, Digital Design and the Age of Building Simulation, IN
HTTP://www.aecbytes.com/viewpoint2004/issue_7.html, Julho, 2006.
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