Querying 3D Cadastral Information from BIM Models
AbstractThere has been significant research on the intersection of 3D cadastre and building information modelling (BIM) over the recent years. BIM provides a multidimensional environment for capturing, curating and communicating the physical and functional aspects during a building’s lifecycle. A BIM-based solution for 3D cadastre provides a rich repository of legal and physical datasets in a common environment. The knowledge encapsulated inside a cadastral BIM model should be tapped to unlock the value of 3D cadastral information. Therefore, this article aims to develop BIM-based queries for interrogating questions about the legal ownership of properties inside multistorey buildings. These queries include identifying legal spaces that belong to a private or common property; querying physical elements that bound a legal space; and finding legal spaces that are adjacent to each other at a specific building element. View Full-Text
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Atazadeh, B.; Rajabifard, A.; Zhang, Y.; Barzegar, M. Querying 3D Cadastral Information from BIM Models. ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 2019, 8, 329.
Atazadeh B, Rajabifard A, Zhang Y, Barzegar M. Querying 3D Cadastral Information from BIM Models. ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information. 2019; 8(8):329.Chicago/Turabian Style
Atazadeh, Behnam; Rajabifard, Abbas; Zhang, Yibo; Barzegar, Maryam. 2019. "Querying 3D Cadastral Information from BIM Models." ISPRS Int. J. Geo-Inf. 8, no. 8: 329.
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