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    Title: Study on Diversion Model of Task Modularity in Complicated Building System Projects
    Authors: Yu, Ying-Chang;Yashiro, Tomonari;Yoshida, Satoshi;Zhi, Qiu
    Keywords: modularity;integration;task dependency;task structure matrix;task diversion
    Date: 2016-05-15
    Issue Date: 2016-10-22 02:10:22 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Architectural Institute of Japan
    Abstract: Design, technology, and management are three key elements that contribute to the success of any building project and are usually dynamic because of variations in players of any particular project. According to previous research, the quantity of tasks or information within the interfaces among players affects the project′s probability of success or failure. The task or information diversion and adjustment are sources of such a dynamic phenomenon. Conventional project management and construction design focus on critical path, targets, or cost efficiencies, but these methods do not adequately identify the interface complexity among players because no visualized model is used to demonstrate the dynamic behavior of tasks performed by various players. This study aims to identify the dispersion of design, technology, and management tasks among players using the Task Structure Matrix (TSM) model, and visualize the correlation between task dynamics and project outcomes. A building envelope project, which is the most complex area of a building project, was utilized to demonstrate this model, and this shows that the rearrangement of external dependencies effectively reduces the quantity of interface tasks, leading to project success. The findings also demonstrate the TSM model as an effective observation tool for this purpose.
    Relation: Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering 15(2), pp.239-246
    DOI: 10.3130/jaabe.15.239
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