How far is far enough? Towards an adaptive and " site-centric " modelling integrating co-visibility constraints for optimal land use

Abstract : In this article, we propose a renewed site-centric solution that allows us to characterize a specific region of interest by defining the extent of the surroundings that influence sunlight exposure. The proposed method is a mix of an adaptive refinement and a visual-based clipping technique. This method has been implemented in the SketchUp context and applied to three sites located next to the French historical thermal town of Aix-les-Bains.
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Jean-Stéphane Bailly; Daniel Griffith; Didier Josselin. Spatial Accuracy 2016, Jul 2016, Montpellier, France. pp.233-240, 2016, Proceedings of Spatial Accuracy 2016. 〈https://colloque.inra.fr/spatial-accuracy2016〉
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Valerio Signorelli, Thomas Leduc, Guillaume Chauvat. How far is far enough? Towards an adaptive and " site-centric " modelling integrating co-visibility constraints for optimal land use. Jean-Stéphane Bailly; Daniel Griffith; Didier Josselin. Spatial Accuracy 2016, Jul 2016, Montpellier, France. pp.233-240, 2016, Proceedings of Spatial Accuracy 2016. 〈https://colloque.inra.fr/spatial-accuracy2016〉. 〈hal-01347157〉

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