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Development of Model for Selecting Superstructure Type of Small Size Bridge Using Dual Classification Method
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Development of Model for Selecting Superstructure Type of Small Size Bridge Using Dual Classification Method
Yun, Su Young; Kim, Chang Hak; Kang, Leen Seok;
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On the design phase of small size bridge, owing to the lack of related guidelines or standards to determine a superstructure type of bridge, many designers tend to select the type depending on expert's experience and knowledge. Moreover, recently, as types of bridge superstructure become diverse and more conditions need to be considered in the project, the decision makes process become complex. This research covered the selection of a superstructure type of a middle or small size bridge with span length of about 50m, which frequently built for national roadway, selecting type of bridge superstructure more systematic way rather than the existing ways to compare construction methods or to depend on expert's experiences. This study proposes to build a bridge superstructure type selection model using one of the techniques of artificial intelligence techniques SVM by applicability of the model examined through the verification of the actual case.
SVM (Support Vector Machine);Bridge superstructure;Alternative selection;Dual classification method;
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