Reverse engineering of architectural buildings based on a hybrid modeling approach

Abstract : This article presents a set of theoretical reflections and technical demonstrations that constitute a new methodological base for the architectural surveying and representation using computer graphics techniques. The problem we treated relates to three distinct concerns: the surveying of architectural objects, the construction and the semantic enrichment of their geometrical models, and their handling for the extraction of dimensional information. A hybrid approach to 3D reconstruction is described. This new approach combines range-based modeling and image-based modeling techniques; it integrates the concept of architectural feature-based modeling. To develop this concept set up a first process of extraction and formalization of architectural knowledge based on the analysis of architectural treaties is carried on. Then, the identified features are used to produce a template shape library. Finally the problem of the overall model structure and organization is addressed.
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Livio de Luca, Philippe Véron, Michel Florenzano. Reverse engineering of architectural buildings based on a hybrid modeling approach. Computers and Graphics, Elsevier, 2006, 30 (2), pp.160-176. ⟨10.1016/j.cag.2006.01.020⟩. ⟨hal-00942893⟩

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