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Dimensions of BIM in literature: review and analysis

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BIM (Building information modeling) is a process supported by various tools and is widely analyzed all across the world. Still BIM dimensions are not yet clearly classified and analyzed. At this moment, it is agreed to clasifie the main 5 dimensions of BIM. From the 6th onwards there is a wide debate on what each should be. This analysis covers BIM dimensions clarification in science literature adding strengths and weaknesses analysis that has been made for every dimension separately.


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BIM dimensijos literatūroje: apžvalga ir analizė


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BIM (angl. Building Information Modelling) yra nagrinėjamas visame pasaulyje, tačiau BIM dimensijos dar iki šiol nėra aiškiai apibrėžtos ir išsamiai išnagrinėtos. Šiuo metu pasaulyje yra priimtas bendras susitarimas tik iki penktos dimensijos, o nuo šeštos dimensijos bendro susitarimo nėra. Tyrimo metu buvo analizuojamos BIM dimensijos literatūros šaltiniuose bei atlikta jų privalumų ir trūkumų analizė. Išanalizuoti privalumai ir trūkumai buvo sugrupuoti pagal BIM dimensijas.


Reikšminiai žodžiai: BIM, BIM dimensija, BIM dimensijų privalumai, BIM dimensijų trūkumai.

Keyword : BIM, BIM dimensions, strengths of BIM dimentions, weaknesses of BIM dimentions

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Piaseckienė, G. (2022). Dimensions of BIM in literature: review and analysis. Mokslas – Lietuvos Ateitis / Science – Future of Lithuania, 14. https://doi.org/10.3846/mla.2022.16071
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