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DMacP Interests by Mind Map: DMacP Interests

1. Layers of the Internet

1.1. Application

1.1.1. Building Information Modeling (BIM)

1.1.1.1. Concept

1.1.1.1.1. Sketchup

1.1.1.2. Project Management

1.1.1.2.1. Deltek

1.1.1.3. Modeling

1.1.1.3.1. Revit

1.1.1.3.2. Grasshopper

1.1.1.3.3. Rhino

1.1.1.3.4. Energy

1.1.1.4. Clash Detection

1.1.1.4.1. Navisworks

1.1.1.5. Building Codes

1.1.1.5.1. Online Subscriptions

1.1.1.5.2. Knowledge Network

1.1.1.5.3. Limit Search by Geographic Area

1.1.1.6. Cost Estimating

1.1.1.6.1. Timberline

1.1.1.7. Text Documents, Spreadsheets

1.1.1.7.1. Microsoft Products

1.1.1.8. Specifications

1.1.1.8.1. eSPECS

1.1.1.9. Submittals

1.1.1.9.1. Expedition

1.1.1.10. Signage and Graphics

1.1.1.10.1. Photoshop

1.1.2. Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

1.1.2.1. ESRI ArcInfo

1.1.3. Computerized Maintenance Management Systems (CMMS)

1.1.3.1. Service Contracts

1.1.4. Enterprise Asset Management (EAM)

1.1.5. Crisis Management Software (CIMS)

1.1.6. Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)

1.2. Presentation

1.2.1. Open Floor Plan Display

1.3. Session

1.3.1. Public Service Answering Point (PSAP)

1.4. Transport

1.4.1. Next Generation 9-1-1 (NG911)

1.5. Network

1.5.1. Scalability

1.6. Data Link

1.7. Physical

1.7.1. Sensor Web Enablement (SWE)

2. Data Structures

2.1. Linked Open Data

2.2. Reuse of Common Elements

2.2.1. BIM > FM > EM > Manufacturing

2.3. Ontologies

2.3.1. Ontolog Forum

2.3.1.1. NIST Summit

2.4. Organizational Structures

2.4.1. Upper Mapping and Binding Exchange Layer (UMBEL)

2.5. Reasoning

2.6. Periodic Table of BIM Elements

2.7. Messaging Structure

3. Construction Specification Institute (CSI)

3.1. Construction Dictionary for North America

3.1.1. Wiki for a contest between Chapters and Regions to populate dictionary

3.2. CSI Northern Virginia Incoming President

3.3. Formats

3.3.1. MasterFormat

3.3.2. UniFormat

3.3.3. OmniClass

3.3.3.1. OmniClass Support and Technology Sponsor Group

3.3.3.2. Properties

3.3.3.3. Space Types

3.3.3.4. Facility Types

3.3.3.5. Materials

4. Machine Languages

4.1. Universal Modeling Language (UML)

4.2. Geographic Markup Language (GML)

4.3. Exensible Markup Language (XML)

4.4. JavaScript

4.5. AJAX

5. Symbols

5.1. National CAD Standard

5.2. NFPA Safety Symbols

5.3. AIGA Symbol Signs

6. Parameters

6.1. BIM Library

6.2. Common Reference System

6.3. Geometry

6.4. Fundamental Characteristics

6.5. Widely used information

7. Data Integration

7.1. National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) - Business Architecture Committee (NBAC)

7.2. Fit for Purpose

7.3. Multi-Discipline

7.4. Modularity

7.5. Context, Interrelationships with other data

7.6. Mutually supportive artifacts

7.6.1. XML Schemas

7.6.2. RDF Triples

7.6.2.1. Assertion Chains

8. Knowledge Network

8.1. Lessons Learned

8.2. Reminders about Information that should be included

8.3. Overviews

8.4. Relationship Structures

8.5. Necessary Attributes

8.6. Ensure Consistency

8.7. Master and Reference Data

8.8. Metadata

8.9. Content

8.10. Design Methods

8.11. Understand Owner Requirements

8.12. Online Resources

8.12.1. Manufacturer's Product Data

8.12.2. Limit search by properties

8.13. Continuous Cycles of Activity

8.14. Known Answers to Repeated Questions

8.15. Company Policies

8.16. Formulaic Buildings

8.16.1. Dorms

8.17. Room Data Sheets

8.17.1. Equipment

8.18. Naming Conventions

9. Data Mapping

9.1. Places & Spaces Mapping Science

9.2. Layout Algorithms

9.3. Aligning to Missions

9.4. Constraints

9.5. From Common Framework to Particular Buildings

10. Standards

10.1. National BIM Standard

10.1.1. Technical Subcommittee

10.1.2. International Foundation Classes (IFC)

10.1.2.1. Geometry

10.1.3. International Framework for Dictionaries (IFD)

10.1.3.1. Translation

10.2. Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC)

10.2.1. CityGML

10.2.2. Indoor Navigation

10.2.3. Global Positioning Systems (GPS)

10.2.4. Separation of Concerns

10.3. Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS)

10.3.1. Emergency Data Exchange Language (EDXL)

10.3.1.1. EDXL-DE Distribution Element

10.3.1.2. EDXL-HAVE Hospital Availability

10.3.1.3. EDXL-RM Resource Messaging

10.3.2. Common Alerting Protocol

10.4. Organization Standards Consortium for Real Estate (OSCRE)

10.4.1. Real Property Unique ID (RPUID)

10.5. FCC

10.5.1. Like interstate highways, stop here, this fulfills America's needs

10.5.2. What will be adopted CAP? SMS? Images?

11. Lifecycle

11.1. Public Safety

11.1.1. Meet Receiver Requirements

11.1.2. Area of Service

11.1.3. Preplanning

11.2. Energy Efficiency

11.2.1. Sustainability

11.3. Shared Data Architecture

11.4. Reaching General Public

11.4.1. Accuracy&Aesthetics

11.5. Dynamic, Cyclical Development

11.6. Community Based Organizations

11.7. Placemaking

11.8. Non-Government Organizations

11.9. Finance

11.10. Law

11.11. Land Records

11.12. Public Buildings

11.12.1. K-12

11.12.2. Universities

11.12.3. Libraries

11.12.4. Museums

11.12.5. Airports

11.12.6. Courthouses

11.12.7. Hospitals

11.12.8. Sports

11.12.9. Shopping Malls

12. Taxonomy

12.1. Metadata Architectural Contents of Europe (MACE)

12.1.1. Classification Browser

12.2. OmniClass