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Aligning BIM and GIS: CITYGML and PLU to achieve compliance checking model

Abstract : Compliance checking for building models, cities and territories involves formalizing a set of model schemas and constraints. In this context, we aim at, on the one hand, conceiving a multi-scale model combining BIM and GIS information using semantic technologies (federated approach) and, on the other hand, at transforming urban regulations rules into SPARQL queries to allow querying and checking the level of compliance of the considered building. In this article we are introducing urban rules, define how they are connected to GIS and BIM. We give first present previous work related to transforming natural language rules into SPARQL queries, then we define directions to be addressed by our future work.
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Elio Hbeich, Ana-Maria Roxin, Nicolas Bus. Aligning BIM and GIS: CITYGML and PLU to achieve compliance checking model. 18th International Conference on INFORMATICS in ECONOMY. Education, Research and Business Technologies, May 2019, Bucharest, Romania. pp.165-170, ⟨10.12948/ie2019.04.04⟩. ⟨hal-02279624⟩

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