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Research Submitted

Title Author Datesort ascending
Information Visualization Design: The Growing Challenges of a Data Saturated World Jim Agutter (University of Utah) Mar 01, 2005
Design Guidelines for Adult Day Services Keith Diaz Moore, PhD, AIA (Washington State University) Mar 01, 2005
An Open Building Strategy for Coverting Obsolete Office Buildings to Housing Stephen Kendall, PhD (Ball State University) Mar 01, 2005
Content Analysis of Web-based Collaborative Design: Empirical Evidence of Design Process Eberhard Laepple (Texas A&M), Mark Clayton (Texas A&M), Robert Johnson (Texas A&M), Steve Parshall (HOK Advance Strategies) Mar 01, 2005
Beyond Net-to-Gross Jamie Horwitz, PhD (Iowa State University) Mar 01, 2005
A Comprehensive Approach to Teaching Structures Using Multimedia Shahin Vassigh (University of Buffalo/SUNY) Mar 01, 2005
Golconde: The Introduction of Modernism in India Pankaj Vir Gupta, AIA (University of Texas at Austin), Christine Mueller (University of Texas at Austin) Mar 01, 2005
2005 AIA Report on University Research The American Institute of Architects Mar 01, 2005
Building Investment Decision Support (BIDS) Vivian Loftness, FAIA (Carnegie Mellon University), Volker Hartkopf (Carnegie Mellon University), Beran Gurtekin (Carnegie Mellon University) Mar 01, 2005
Mitigating the Effects of Hurricanes in Florida: The Challenges of Upgrading Mobile Home Parks Steven Schreiber, FAIA (University of South Florida) (Florida International University) Mar 01, 2005