GGDM MODEL ON VALIDATION OF THE INTERIOR BUILDING LAYOUT DESIGN PARAMETERS TOWARDS ENERGY EFFICIENCY AND USER COMFORTMOHAMMAD PIR MOHAMMADI, ABDULLAH SANI AHMAD, GURUPIAH MURSIB, MOHSEN ROSHAN AND MAHDI TORABI
Collective decision making model emerges to be applied in the cases where decision makers are not capable to seat in a meeting. Grounded Group Decision Making (GGDM) is unique since collective decision making aggregated by cross evaluation of decision makers in GGDM process. The GGDM in this study is applied to validate the uncertainty involved in validation of the building interior layout design parameter towards energy efficiency and comfort strategies. This problem is applied as illustration of applicability of GGDM in establishing a benchmark for evaluation of students in energy efficient architectural design. First, a literature review and relevant definition to each interior layout design parameter is presented. Second, a GGDM validation study conducted amongst twenty one lecturers and professional practitioners (industrial collaborators of university) in Faculty of Built Environment, Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. In result of the study seven parameters are validated and rated respectively. In implication of specific result of this study, these are useful for researchers in enhancement of Automated Computer Aided Building Design towards auto evaluation of students drawing in consideration of comfort and energy efficiency.
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