Computing in Civil Engineering

This proceedings contains more than 170 papers geared toward professionals and researchers who are interested in computing in a wide range of civil engineering disciplines. The papers were presented at the 2005 ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering, held in Cancun, Mexico, July 12-15, 2005. TOPICS include: Computer Aided Education; Modeling and Simulation in Support of Infrastructure Planning; Conceptual Bridge Design; Net-Based Engineering; Multi-Paradigm/Multi-Level Simulation; Non-Destructive Evaluation of Infrastructure; Impact of Building Information Modeling on the Construction Industry; Advances in Computing in Environmental Engineering; Facility Area Networks; Advances in Computing in Geotechnical Engineering; Stochastic Search; Advance in Computing in Transportation Engineering; Advances in Computing in Structural Engineering; AI/Machine Learning; Disaster Preparedness, Response, and Recovery; Multi-Agent Systems; Computer Aided Design; IT for Monitoring and Maintenance of Infrastructure; Computer Supported Collaborative Work; Human-Computer Interaction and Visualization; Computer Aided Construction; and Decision Support Systems.

Computing in Civil Engineering
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