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capability

a measure of ability to perform and function [cited from ISO 19650-1:2018(en), 3.3.18]

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carbon sink

A carbon sink is a natural or artificial reservoir that captures and stores morecarbon than it releases. Examples include forests, oceans, soil

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CDE area

Area and section imply moving information from one place to another. This is not necessary in a CDE. It is the state

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CDE gate

Transition [ISO19650] Transition is used to denote change (in the state of the information container)

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CDE state

This term replaces the ‘CDE area’ PAS 1192 term, the idea is the location of the information (container) is not important but

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Certification

Assurance given by an independent certification body (ISO does not perform certification) that a product, service or system meets the requirements of

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Dictionary
Jarek Wityk

change strategy

Concept of change strategy involves identifying objectives, formulating intervention concepts for change, forming and defining success parameters, and implementing strategies. This includes

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Clash Detection

Clash detection, coordination analysis and data checks shall be carried out by the BIM Coordinators against the latest shared models. The workflows

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class

description of a set of objects that share the same characteristics Note 1 to entry: The characteristics may be embodied by the

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Management
Jarek Wityk

client

actor (3.2.1) responsible for initiating a project and approving the brief [cited from ISO 19650-1:2018(en), 3.2.5] The UK BIM Alliance, responding to the inconsistency

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Co-Location

Assembling the entire BIM design and construction team in a single location (“Co-location”) enables almost instant and direct communication and coordination among

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Code of Conduct

Set of principles to be followed by people involved in ISO work, e.g. working within an international framework, upholding consensus, being ethical.

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collaboration

a deliberate approach to working together on an agreed common purpose within functional, organisational, geographic, or organisational boundaries. Collaboration often depends on

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Collaborative Design

Working with different teams is probably the most difficult part of the design process. It is important to note that a collaborative

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Commissioning

A building has successfully gone through the commissioning process when its equipment and systems have been examined and tested to perform as

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Committee

This could be: a Technical Committee (TC), which develops standards in a certain sector or industry; a Subcommittee (SC), which addresses a

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Classification and Standardisation
Jarek Wityk

Complete information

adjective In Architecture Engineering and Construction (AEC), complete information is information which includes all the necessary and typical parts or elements, lacking

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component

named and individually scheduled physical item and feature that might require management, such as inspection, maintenance, servicing or replacement, during the in-use

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