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Design Web Format

Design Web Format (DWF), created by Autodesk. DWF is a compressed, non-editable, vector file format created by CAD and BIM applications. A

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Semantic Web

The Semantic Web, as defined by Ontotext[1] is the extension of the existing information and data on a network (or Web) to

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Waste

The opposite of value. There are eight basic types of waste: motion waiting transportation of goods over-processing under utilization overproduction inventory defects

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Work in Progress (WIP)

A supply-chain management term describing partially finished information awaiting completion. In other words, the Information model is not to be used by any

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Work stages

A division of standardised process and activities into named stages during the life of a system or facility. The process and activities

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workflow

The term ‘workflow’ is used in ISO 19650 instead of the PAS 1192 term ‘process’.

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workflow management system

Workflow management systems allow organisations to identify and control activities associated with a business process. Effective workflow management offers the opportunity to

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Working Group (WG)

WORKING GROUP (WG) Specialized group within a committee that is responsible for drafting a particular standard or set of deliverables. It is usually

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Workset

A workset is a collection of elements in a work shared Revit project. The purpose of worksets is to enable multiple users

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Workspace

A collection of content libraries and supporting files that define and embody a BIM standard. A workspace includes BIM libraries such as

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