Assessing Adaptation Using PAAM

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Sustainable Building Adaptation: Innovations in Decision-making, 2014, 9781118477106 pp. 42 - 58
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2014-04-07
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© 2014 by John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. All rights reserved. Chapter 3 focuses on how to assess adaptation using a robust method developed to identify the most important attributes associated with adaptation. Using a large database of adaptation events, principal component analysis is undertaken to establish which attributes are most important. From this analysis a Preliminary Adaptation Assessment Model (PAAM) is developed. Critically this model is designed for non-experts to use in making an initial assessment of a building's potential for minor adaptation. The chapter concludes with an illustrative case study to demonstrate the application of the model in practice.
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