Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction

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Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction. / Bonev, Martin; Hvam, Lars.

Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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Bonev, M & Hvam, L 2012, 'Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction'. in Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production.

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Bonev M, Hvam L. 2012. Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction. In Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production.

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Bonev, Martin and Lars Hvam "Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction". Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production. 2012.

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Bonev M, Hvam L. Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction. In Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production. 2012.

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Bonev, Martin; Hvam, Lars / Knowledge-based geometric modeling in construction.

Proceedings of NordDesign Conference 2012. Aalborg University, Center for Industrial Production, 2012.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2012

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