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Articulating (mis)understanding across design discipline interfaces at a design team meeting
Artificial intelligence for engineering design, analysis and manufacturing
AbstractCommunication is both the problem and the solution to misunderstanding. It is the human communicative ability to display understanding to resolve misunderstandings that plays an important part in the organization of the design inputs to a construction project. Ambiguity and uncertainty, as different forms of misunderstanding, are studied in this article, as they are manifest in the conversation at a design meeting. In this setting the coordination of bothin situdesign activities and thedoi:10.1017/s089006041300005x fatcat:23yu3slr2fhivduj4pmfiyy57y