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Review Article

Using Intelligent Techniques in Construction Project Cost Estimation: 10-Year Survey

Table 2

Comparison of the proposals based on design and project-specific factors.

WorkProject size Project typeGround conditionsType of clientLikely design and scope changesContract typeMaterial costsDurationTendering method

Wilmot and Mei [24]YYYYYYYYN
An et al. [26]YYYYNNNYN
Petroutsatou et al. [23]YYYYYYYNN
Jafarzadeh et al. [25]YYYYYNNNN
Hola and Schabowicz [27]YYYNNNYYY
Son et al. [28]YYNYYNNYN
Cheng and Hoang [29]YYYNNNNYN
Ji et al. [30]YYYNYNYNN
Choi et al. [31]YYYYNNNNN
K. J. Kim and K. Kim [32]YYY YNNNNN
Yildiz et al. [33]YYN NYYNYN
Lee et al. [34]YYY NYNYNN
Karakas et al. [41]NNY YYNYNN
Rojas and Mukherjee [42]YYYNNNNNN
de Albuquerque et al. [38]YYYNNNYNN
Rogalska et al. [37]YYYNNNNNN
Ghoddousi et al. [35]YYYYNNNNN
Afshar et al. [39]YYYNNYYYY
Zhang and Ng [40]YYYNNNNNN
Kim et al. [43]YYYNNNYYN
Cheng et al. [44]YYYNNNYYN
Kim et al. [45]YYYNNNYYN
Yu and Skibniewski [46]YYYYNNYYN
Williams and Gong [47]YYYNNYYYY
Cheng et al. [48]YYYYNNYYN
Zhang and Xing [49]YYYYNYYYY

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