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ASTM Selected Technical Papers
Standards for Preservation and Rehabilitation
By
SJ Kelley, AIA, SE
SJ Kelley, AIA, SE
1
Wiss, Janney, Elstner Associates, Inc.
,
Chicago, IL 60606
;
editor
.
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ISBN-10:
0-8031-2006-0
ISBN:
978-0-8031-2006-8
No. of Pages:
454
Publisher:
ASTM International
Publication date:
1996

A strategic management framework to establish different standards for conservation depending on their level of abstraction is proposed. According to a model developed by one of the authors, the problems that decision-makers must solve vary depending on the system level at which they are considered. As a consequence, the measures by which the effectiveness of these decisions are evaluated must also take into account the system level at which the problem is stated. The model and metamodel on which the framework is based are presented. The model is generalized to encompass the overall paradigm of the discipline of conservation and, as a result, becomes a prescriptive model by which all standards of the discipline should be set.

1.
Air Pollution and Conservation. Safeguarding our Architectural Heritage
,
Rosvall
J.
and
Aleby
S.
, Eds.,
Elsevier Science Publishers
,
Amsterdam
,
1988
, p. 27.
2.
The Athens Charter on Restoration of Monuments (1931), (Carta d'Atene sul Restauro dei Monumenti)
,”
Monumenti e metodi di valorizzazione
,
Carlo Perogalli
,
Milano, Italy
,
1954
, pp. 71–75.
3.
The Charter of Venice
,
International Charter for the Conservation and Restoration of Monuments and Sites
.
The International Council of Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS)
,
1964
.
4.
The Amsterdam Declaration
,
The Council of Europe
,
Strasbourg, France
,
1975
.
5.
The European Charter of the Architectural Heritage
,
The Council of Europe
,
Strasbourg, France
,
1975
.
6.
The Granada Charter on the Protection of the Architectural Heritage in Europe
,
The Council of Europe
,
Strasbourg, France
,
1985
.
7.
Air Pollution and Conservation
,”
Air Pollution and Conservation: Safeguarding our Architectural Heritage
,
Rosvall
J. R.
and
Aleby
S.
, Eds.,
Elsevier Science Publishers
,
Amsterdam
,
1988
.
8.
The Cracow Symposium on the Cultural Heritage of the CSCE Participating States
, Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe (CSCE),
Cracow, Poland
,
1991
.
9.
van Gigch
,
J. P.
The Importance of Metaethics
,”
Human Systems Management
, Vol.
10
,
1991
, pp. 281–286.
10.
van Gigch
,
J. P.
and
Rosvall
,
J.
Multilevel Ethics of Conservation
,”
Human Systems Management
, Vol.
10
,
1991
, pp. 287–292.
11.
Fielden
,
B.
A Short Introduction to Conservation of Cultural Property in Europe
,”
Air Pollution and Conservation. Safeguarding our Architectural Heritage
,
Rosvall
J.
and
Aleby
S.
, Eds.,
Elsevier Science Publishsers
,
Amsterdam
,
1988
.
12.
Frohnsdorff
,
G.
and
Masters
,
L.
Suggestions for a Logically-Consistent Structure for Service Life Prediction Standards
,”
Durability of Building Materials and Components, Proceedings
, Fifth International Conference,
Brighton, UK
, 7–9 Nov. 1990.
Baker
J. M.
,
Nixon
P. J.
,
Majumdar
A. J.
, and
Davies
H.
, Eds.,
Chapman and Hall
,
London
,
1991
.
13.
van Gigch
,
J. P.
System Design Modeling and Metamodeling
,
Plenum
,
New York
,
1991
.
14.
Systematic Methodology for Service Life Prediction of Building Materials and Components
,”
RILEM DRAFT Recommendation, The International Union of Testing and Research Laboratories for Materials and Structures (RILEM)
,
École Normale Supérieure, Pavillon du CROUS, Cachan, France
,
1989
.
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