His scientific interests lie mostly in Building information modeling, Interoperability, Software engineering, Construction engineering and Precast concrete. His studies deal with areas such as Building model, Visualization, Construction site safety and Systems engineering as well as Building information modeling. The concepts of his Systems engineering study are interwoven with issues in Field and Product engineering.
He combines subjects such as Database schema, Industry Foundation Classes, Workflow and Data science with his study of Interoperability. His Software engineering research incorporates themes from Knowledge management, Computer Aided Design and Artificial intelligence. His Construction engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Automation and Building design.
His primary areas of investigation include Systems engineering, Building information modeling, Software engineering, Construction engineering and Interoperability. His Systems engineering study also includes fields such as
In Software engineering, Charles M. Eastman works on issues like Computer Aided Design, which are connected to Engineering design process. Charles M. Eastman interconnects Precast concrete and Construction management in the investigation of issues within Construction engineering. His research investigates the connection with Interoperability and areas like Industry Foundation Classes which intersect with concerns in Schema and Software.
Charles M. Eastman mainly focuses on Building information modeling, Software engineering, Interoperability, Schema and Industry Foundation Classes. In his articles, he combines various disciplines, including Building information modeling and Facility management. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Data validation, Data exchange and Building design.
His research in Interoperability focuses on subjects like Semantic Web, which are connected to Database schema and Web service. His Schema study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Programming language, SQL and Systems engineering. His Industry Foundation Classes study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Engineering management, Software and Database.
His main research concerns Building information modeling, Industry Foundation Classes, Interoperability, Relational database and Data exchange. His Building information modeling research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Construction engineering, Project management, Database schema and Data science. Industry Foundation Classes is closely attributed to Schema in his work.
His research in Interoperability intersects with topics in Integrated project delivery, Body of knowledge and Process management. His Data exchange study incorporates themes from Domain, Software engineering, Information model and Software. His research integrates issues of Data validation, Data type, Systems engineering and Rule-based system in his study of Software.
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BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Managers, Designers, Engineers and Contractors
Chuck Eastman;Paul Teicholz;Rafael Sacks;Kathleen Liston.
Building Information Modeling (BIM) and Safety: Automatic Safety Checking of Construction Models and Schedules
Sijie Zhang;Jochen Teizer;Jin Kook Lee;Charles M. Eastman.
Automation in Construction (2013)
Building Product Models: Computer Environments, Supporting Design and Construction
Charles M. Eastman.
Automatic rule-based checking of building designs
C. Eastman;Jae min Lee;Yeon suk Jeong;Jin kook Lee.
Automation in Construction (2009)
Specifying parametric building object behavior (BOB) for a building information modeling system
Ghang Lee;Rafael Sacks;Charles M. Eastman.
BIM Handbook: A Guide to Building Information Modeling for Owners, Designers, Engineers, Contractors, and Facility Managers
Rafael Sacks;Charles Eastman;Ghang Lee;Paul Teicholz.
BIM-based fall hazard identification and prevention in construction safety planning
Sijie Zhang;Kristiina Sulankivi;Markku Kiviniemi;Ilkka Romo.
Safety Science (2015)
A review of building information modeling (BIM) and the internet of things (IoT) devices integration: Present status and future trends
Shu Tang;Dennis R. Shelden;Charles M. Eastman;Pardis Pishdad-Bozorgi.
Automation in Construction (2019)
Parametric 3D modeling in building construction with examples from precast concrete
Rafael Sacks;Charles M. Eastman;Ghang Lee.
Exchange Model and Exchange Object Concepts for Implementation of National BIM Standards
C. M. Eastman;Y.-S. Jeong;R. Sacks;I. Kaner.
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