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   Hierarchy of Top of the AAT hierarchies Top of the AAT hierarchies
   Hierarchy of Activities Facet .... Activities Facet
   Hierarchy of Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name) ........ Processes and Techniques (hierarchy name)
   Hierarchy of <processes and techniques by specific type> ............ <processes and techniques by specific type>
   Hierarchy of <additive and joining processes and techniques> ................ <additive and joining processes and techniques>
   Hierarchy of assembling (additive and joining process) .................... assembling (additive and joining process)
   ........................ construction (assembling)
   Hierarchy of <construction by function> ............................ <construction by function>
   ................................ bombproof construction
   ................................ digital reconstruction (construction)
   ................................ fire-resistive construction
   ................................ reconstruction (process )
   Hierarchy of seismic design ................................ seismic design [N]
   ................................ stormproof construction
   Hierarchy of <construction technique by form or materials> ............................ <construction technique by form or materials>
   ................................ arch construction (technique)
   ................................ cantilever construction
   ................................ chuāndòu
   ................................ composite construction
   ................................ drywall construction
   ................................ earth construction
   ................................ exposed frame construction
   ................................ facadism (construction technique)
   Hierarchy of frame construction (wood frame construction) ................................ frame construction (wood frame construction)
   ................................ half-timber construction
   ................................ high-rise construction (technique)
   ................................ iron frame construction
   ................................ lath and stucco
   Hierarchy of lightweight construction ................................ lightweight construction
   Hierarchy of log construction ................................ log construction
   Hierarchy of masonry construction (technique or process) ................................ masonry construction (technique or process)
   ................................ modular construction
   ................................ monocoque construction
   Hierarchy of mortarless construction ................................ mortarless construction
   ................................ poteaux sur solle construction
   ................................ prefabrication
   ................................ rock-cut (construction technique)
   ................................ sod construction
   ................................ steel frame construction
   ................................ suspension construction (technique)
   ................................ tapestry brick (technique)
   ................................ textile block construction
   ................................ táiliáng
   ................................ tilt-up construction
   ................................ truss arch construction (technique)
   ................................ truss construction (technique)
   ................................ Tudor brick (technique)
   ................................ wattle and daub
   ................................ without foundation (construction technique)
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