Im Rahmen der Forschungstätigkeit an der TU Dresden wurde auf der Konferenz CIB W078 2010 der Beitrag zum Thema

BIM-BASED GENERATION OF MULTI-MODEL VIEWS

von Sebastian Fuchs als Koautor veröffentlicht. Nachfolgend wird hier die Kurzfassung (engl.) wiedergegeben:

BIM-BASED GENERATION OF MULTI-MODEL VIEWS
Peter Katranuschkov, Senior Researcher,
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Semproc, Dresden, Germany
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Institute of Construction Informatics, Dresden University of Technology, Germany
Sebastian Fuchs, Research Assistant, Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein!
Institute of Construction Informatics, Dresden University of Technology & TragWerk Software, Dresden, Germany
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Institute of Construction Informatics, Dresden University of Technology, Germany

ABSTRACT: Building information modeling (BIM) introduces a new work paradigm that enables improved interoperability and better coordination of AEC processes. The current IFC standard provides a core reference model for that purpose along with a growing number of supporting domain extensions. However, generation of discipline and task specific model views from a general-purpose BIM based on IFC is still a difficult problem. Open challenges include the achievement of flexible tool-supported specification of domain model views but also the generation of ad-hoc multi-model views combining BIM data with data from other (non BIM) models such as costs, equipment etc.
In this paper we describe an overall approach for the generation of BIM-based multi-model views that meets such objectives. The realized reference implementation builds upon the use of an open IFC toolset developed at the University of Weimar and HOCHTIEF and a formal model subset definition schema (GMSD) and supporting tools initially developed by the first two authors. We extend the GMSD definitions on instance level by applying semantic queries meant to be resolved at runtime. Moreover, using XML schema based representations we provide for simultaneous import of BIM and non BIM data that can be queried, selected and filtered via harmonized cross-model operations.