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Title: Development of Conceptual Model for Uncertainty Management on Project Completion Late Delivery in Environmental Issues
Authors: Zirawani Baharum
Noorfa H. Mustaffa
Salihin M.Ngadiman
Keywords: Uncertainty
Conceptual Model
Late Delivery
Environmental Issues
Construction
Issue Date: 11-Dec-2014
Abstract: The construction industry has many underlying causes of uncertainty that impact on late delivery of project completion's performance as well as in time management. Most of researchers proposed a modelling and simulation techniques to solve these uncertainties problem nevertheless not tackling the uncertainty in environmental issues (EI). Yet, the environmental issues were also leading significant deviations for project completion performance, which means it is important to be studied.Therefore, the comprehensive sturvey is discussed in this paper in purpose to develop the uncertainty modeling model on late delivery in environmental issues. The development of conceptual model through a comprehensive survey involving piping's construction industry for water supply company with multi-project construction environment is developed to show the relationship for each cause and affects that underlying uncertainty on late project delivery in environmental issues. Further research is to verify and validate the conceptual model as has been analyzed through fractional factorial design with ANOVA, through the development of uncertainty model via modeling and simulation using MATLAB.
Description: Conference venue:Madrid,Spain
URI: http://localhost/xmlui/handle/123456789/8969
Appears in Collections:Conference Papers

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