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An innovative technique to measure complexity of a construction project activity

Thomson, Avril and Kumar, Bimal and Sinha, Sanjeev (2010) An innovative technique to measure complexity of a construction project activity. In: 6th International Conference on Innovation in Architecture Engineering and Construction, 2010-06-09 - 2010-06-11.

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Abstract

This paper describes an innovative technique that can be used to determine the complexity of a construction project.