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Colloquium: Computer Graphics in Structural Engineering. Computers Create more Paper - Graphics can Reduce it

Graphics has always been essential to conveying geometrical information and therefore to the construction industry. If lawyers designed buildings, they would have to describe them entirely in work. This would run into millions of pages and would be almost useless to the people on site. It might reduce claims, however! R. Howard