Implementation of a property standard index

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Johnston, D. R., McFallan, S. L. and Tilley, P. A.. 2002. "Implementation of a property standard index." Facilities. 20 (3/4), pp. 136-144.
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Implementation of a property standard index

ERA Journal ID35980
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsJohnston, D. R. (Author), McFallan, S. L. (Author) and Tilley, P. A. (Author)
Journal TitleFacilities
Journal Citation20 (3/4), pp. 136-144
Number of Pages9
Year2002
Place of PublicationBingley, WYorks. United Kingdom
ISSN0263-2772
1758-7131
Web Address (URL)http://www.emeraldinsight.com/0263-2772.htm
Abstract

The property standard index model was implemented as an interactive computer application to provide a decision support tool for the Queensland Department of Housing. The model was developed to assist housing managers evaluate the condition data collected on approximately 55,000 dwellings they manage. The collaborative nature of the project allowed design of the user interface to be consistent with other property information applications concurrently under
development for Queensland Department of Housing and resulted in a prototype for a practical and useable decision support tool. This paper outlines the implementation of the model, the user interactions required and the final form of the prototype software.

Keywordsasset management; modelling; housing; performance indicators
ANZSRC Field of Research 2020460903. Information modelling, management and ontologies
460902. Decision support and group support systems
400508. Infrastructure engineering and asset management
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Byline AffiliationsCommonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), Australia
Institution of OriginUniversity of Southern Queensland
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