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Applying PLU Rules on Different BIM/GIS Interoperability Approaches

Abstract : Compliance checking for building models, cities and territories involves formalizing a set of model schemas and constraints. In this context, we aim to achieve two goals: (1) achieve semantic interoperability between BIM (IFC) and GIS (CityGML), which help us represent building information in its details and its surrounding environment; (2) adapting of PLU rule into semantic queries. In this article, we will introduce (A) BIM and GIS interoperability approaches , and (B) connecting the interoperable models, with PLU levels. Our approach addresses (Prob1) interoperability between IFC and CityGML on building scale model, and (Prob2) the correlation between PLU rules and the multiscale model.
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Elio Hbeich, Ana Roxin, Nicolas Bus. Applying PLU Rules on Different BIM/GIS Interoperability Approaches. Informatica Economică, 2019, 23 (3/2019), pp.26-38. ⟨10.12948/issn14531305/23.3.2019.03⟩. ⟨hal-02420380⟩

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