MATHEMATICAL MODEL OF PROCESSES IN CIVIL ENGINEERING MANAGEMENT
Daniel Macek Abstract
The paper presents and describes processes in civil engineering management. There are expressed mathematical formulas of their structures among them there. The model shows connections of controlled processes to control processes and procedural conditions. Proceeding of management is divided on two levels where a decision-making is realized.
Key words : control process, controlled process, procedural conditions, procedural activity.
An optimisation economic of processes in the broadest sense does not express only mathematics methods for solving models with restrictive conditions, but comprises designing models and determination of restrictive conditions. It is necessary to describe all components, which come into model, and to specify structures among them. Every component has a fixed position and can be included into a group with similar behaviour.
The control process means a process depending only on the decision-making. The decision-making presents a choice of concrete value in the control process. The controlled process is a process dependent on the decision-making through the control process and procedural conditions. Procedural conditions are parameters for structures among control and controlled processes. The procedural activity is a set of all control and controlled processes together with all structures procedural conditions.
A management proceeds on two levels. On the first level we choose particular processes, which will make up a model. On the second level a decision-making is realized on control processes within the model.
The first publication, which has given a systematic view on this theme, was written by S.v.Känel . Afterwards virtual management moments have been defined by V. Beran .
- Quote paper
- Ing. Ph.D. Daniel Macek (Author), 2008, Mathematical Model of Processes in Civil Engineering Management, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/112479