Review of the “ as-buit BIM ” approaches
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Today, we need 3D models of heritage buildings in order to handle more efficiently projects of restoration, documentation and maintenance. In this context, developing a performing approach, based on a first phase of building survey, is a necessary step in order to build a semantically enriched digital model. For this purpose, the Building Information Modeling is an efficient tool for storing and exchanging knowledge about buildings. In order to create such a model, there are three fundamental steps: acquisition, segmentation and modeling. For these reasons, it is essential to understand and analyze this entire chain that leads to a well- structured and enriched 3D digital model. This paper proposes a survey and an analysis of the existing approaches on these topics and tries to define a new approach of semantic structuring taking into account the complexity of this chain.
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A Web Platform for the Consultation of Spatialized and Semantically-Enriched Iconographic Sources on Cultural Heritage Buildings STEFANI, Chiara; BUSAYARAT, Chawee; LOMBARDO, Julie; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe (Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage, 2013)This paper describes an interactive platform for the semantic annotation of oriented iconographic sources based on an accurate 3D model structured according to spatial and temporal features. This platform, called LOCUS ...
DE LUCA, Livio; BUSAYARAT, Chawee; STEFANI, Chiara; VERON, Philippe; FLORENZANO, Michel (Elsevier, 2011)This essay focuses on the fields of architectural documentation and digital representation. We present a research paper concerning the development of an information system at the scale of architecture, taking into account ...
DE LUCA, Livio; BUSAYARAT, Chawee; STEFANI, Chiara; RENAUDIN, N; FLORENZANO, M; VERON, Philippe (Proceedings of Shape Modeling International, 2010)The study of historic buildings is usually based on the collection and analysis of iconographic sources such as photographs, drawings, engravings, paintings or sketches. This paper describes a methodological approach to ...
STEFANI, Chiara; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe; FLORENZANO, Michel (Proceedings of Focus K3D conference on Semantic 3D Media and Content, 2010)Various aspects condition the analysis and the interpretation of cultural heritage. In fact, historical sites can have a rich and complex history, sometimes full of changes, sometimes only partially known by means of ...
HICHRI, Nouha; STEFANI, Chiara; DE LUCA, Livio; VERON, Philippe; HAMON, Georges (Proceedings of the XXIV International CIPA Symposium, 2013)In order to handle more efficiently projects of restoration, documentation and maintenance of historical buildings, it is essential to rely on a 3D enriched model for the building. Today, the concept of Building Information ...