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Data interoperability for a Multi-scale model (BIM/CIM/LIM)

Abstract : Compliance checking for building models, cities and territories involve formalizing a set of model schema knowledge and constraint. The objective of our study is to propose: an information model to federate heterogeneous data sources describing an urban area (building and building environment) along with a method for formally specifying of urban rules. The overall goal we pursue is to be able to query and to verify data against different regulations and/or requirements. The purpose of this article is to describe our approach for interoperability among different data sources (e.g. IFC, CityGML) thus creating a consistent description of an urban area.
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Elio Hbeich, Ana-Maria Roxin, Nicolas Bus. Data interoperability for a Multi-scale model (BIM/CIM/LIM). EduBIM 2019, 5e édition des journées de l'enseignement et de la recherche sur la maquette numérique et le BIM en France, May 2019, Cachan, France. ⟨hal-03635102⟩



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