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ERIC Number: ED035184
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1967-Oct
Pages: 6
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Decision-Making Theory Applied to Architectural Programming: Some Research Implications.
Green, Meg
The implications of delineating and determining the sequence of programming decisions are shown in the selection of building committee membership. The role relationships of client and architect are discussed in terms of decision-making function. Decision tables are described as aids in problem analysis. Other topics include information and creativity, and the possible implications of greater emphasis on the concepts and tools of sociological research in architectural education. (MM)
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Note: This paper was read at the Fourth Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Architect - Researchers' Council on October 25, 1967