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van Treeck, C.; Rank, E. 
Dimensional reduction of 3D building models using graph theory and its application in building energy simulation 
Since the various people involved in the design process for a building project tend to hold conflicting views, this inevitably leads to a range of disparate models for planning and calculation purposes. In order to interpret the relevant geometrical, topological and semantical data for any given building model, we identify a structural component graph, a graph of room faces, a room graph and a relational object graph as aids and explain algorithms to derive these relations. We start with a build...    »
Air volume body extraction; Building information model (BIM); Building energy simulation; Building product modeling; Dimension reduction; Geometrical and topological analysis; Industry Foundation Classes 
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Engineering with Computers 
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