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Title: A conceptual model for web-based construction project management
Keywords: Web-based Construction Project Management; Project Specific Website; Data Markup Integration; Conceptual Model; UML; XML
Issue Date: 14-Feb-2004
Citation: LEUNG NGA NA (2004-02-14). A conceptual model for web-based construction project management. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Web-based project management information systems emerged with the popularity of the Internet. A Web-based project management system provides a network for project- specified collaboration and communication. It supports restricted information sharing, enables timely communications and coordination, and offers dynamic information for decision-making. The purpose of this research is to propose a conceptual model of Data Markup Integration for data exchange among Web-based information for construction project management. The system is able to extract useful pieces of information from the original documents, re-organize the data according to specific tasks or users, and display in an integrated webpage. This research identifies comprehensive functional requirements from the study of current Web-based collaboration systems, analyzes user requirements via a Web-based survey in Singapore. Based on these requirement studies, the conceptual model is developed using Unified Modeling Language. At last, the process of Request For Information is prototyped to verify the usefulness of the Data Markup Integration system.
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