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Software mechanisms for extensible and scalable 3D visualization of construction operations

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Software mechanisms for extensible and scalable 3D visualization of construction operations
This paper presents research that led to the design and implementation of an extensible and scalable software framework for the dynamic 3D visualization of simulated construction operations. In the domain of operations design and analysis, the ability to see a 3D animation of processes that have been simulated allows for two very important things: verification and validation. In addition, a model can be communicated effectively which, coupled with verification and validation, makes it ``credible'' and thus used in making decisions. In the presented research, a set of core animation statements of the most general use from the extension viewpoint is first identified. Second, methods to design an add-on interface to the identified core animation methods are investigated by capitalizing on documented principles of application framework design. Finally, the designed add-on interface and its scalability are validated by implementing the extensible framework on multiple computing p...
Vineet R. Kamat, Julio C. Martínez
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where AES
Authors Vineet R. Kamat, Julio C. Martínez
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