List of Figures and Tables

Figures

Figure 1.1 Stonehenge Monument, Wiltshire, UK
Figure 1.2 Timeline of selected building performance events
Figure 1.3 Structure of the book
Figure 2.1 Bank of America Plaza, Atlanta, USA
Figure 2.2 Life stages of a human
Figure 3.1 Requirement wording template
Figure 3.2 UML Use Case diagram for an airport
Figure 3.3 UML Class diagram for airport infrastructure
Figure 3.4 UML Activity diagram for passenger handling
Figure 3.5 UML State diagram for escalator
Figure 3.6 Overview of main requirement types
Figure 3.7 GARM model of the meeting between Functional Units and Technical Solutions
Figure 3.8 Maslovian hierarchy of building functions
Figure 3.9 Functional decomposition of a bus shelter
Figure 3.10 Functional decomposition challenges
Figure 3.11 Hierarchy of building viewpoints
Figure 3.12 Stakeholder views on a new office: Developer perspective
Figure 3.13 Stakeholder view of a new office: Tenant perspective
Figure 3.14 Beijing Capital Airport Terminal 3
Figure 4.1 Relation between key elements of building performance
Figure 4.2 GARM model with interface matching performance requirements and specifications
Figure 4.3 Comparison of functionality and serviceability
Figure 4.4 Interaction and mapping of building function, system aggregation and performance
Figure 4.5 Basic elements of an experiment
Figure 4.6 Akershus Hospital main thoroughfare
Figure 5.1 Goal, with binary scoring option

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