Delivering building simulation information via new communication media

L.M.R. Prazeres, Joseph Andrew Clarke, Jon Hand, Jae Min Kim

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Often, the goal of understanding how the building works and the impact of design decisions is hampered by limitations in the presentation of performance data. Contemporary results display is often constrained to what was considered good practice some decades ago rather than in ways that preserve the richness of the underlying data. This paper reviews a framework for building simulation support that addresses these presentation limitations as well as making a start on issues related to distributed team working. The framework uses tools and communication
protocols that enable concurrent information sharing and provide a richer set of options for understanding complex performance relationships.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBuilding simulation 2007 proceedings
EditorsY Jiang, Y.X. Zhu, X.D. Yang, X.T. Li
Place of PublicationBeijing
Number of pages7
Publication statusPublished - 2007
Event10th Conference of the International-Building-Performance-Simulation-Association - Tsinghua, China
Duration: 3 Sep 20076 Sep 2007


Conference10th Conference of the International-Building-Performance-Simulation-Association


  • building simulation
  • buildings
  • media
  • information
  • delivering
  • communication media

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    Prazeres, L. M. R., Clarke, J. A., Hand, J., & Kim, J. M. (2007). Delivering building simulation information via new communication media. In Y. Jiang, Y. X. Zhu, X. D. Yang, & X. T. Li (Eds.), Building simulation 2007 proceedings