The Economic-Mathematical Development of Buildings Construction Model Optimization on the Basis of Digital Economy

Volodymyr Tkachenko 1 , Aleksy Kwilinski 2 , Maryna Klymchuk 3  und Iryna Tkachenko 4
  • 1 Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture,
  • 2 The London Academy of Science and Business,
  • 3 Kyiv National University of Construction and Architecture,
  • 4 Academy of the State Penitentiary Service,

Abstract

The article presented the scientific research of buildings construction optimization problems on the basis of interdisciplinary approach that provides synergy of modern approaches of construction organization and technology, economic theory and political economy, as well as applied mathematics. The formation and realization of the economic-mathematical model of optimal sequence groups of construction objects are considered on the basis of a method of sequential analysis of variants, based on dynamic programming. According to the provided research results the proposals were made for acceleration of these processes in construction through the development of program complex “Optimization of object construction process by the criterion of time” on the basis of mathematical modeling methods, which provided the opportunity to further optimize and obtain consistency and reduce the construction terms of this buildings groups for almost a year (360 days or 61%).

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