This state-of-the-art volume explains in clear, concise language how architects, engineers, and planners can most effectively use computers to perform everyday design procedures. Written by a licensed architect and a systems analyst with pioneering data processing experience in the design professions, the book focuses on the practical applications of existing hardware and software and offers scores of case studies and detailed procedures essential to the successful day-to-day operation of computer-aided drafting (CAD) equipment. Includes comprehensive coverage of organizing design information on CAD equipment for efficient assembly, review, and re-use; the impact of computerization on office management; 3-D modeling with computers; integrating art and graphics; and many other areas of importance to the practicing professional.
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Subtítulo: SYSTEMS INFORMATION MANAGEMENT IN DESIGN AND CONST