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Biljecki, F. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Zlatanova, S. (author), Coltekin, A. (author)
In the last decades, 3D city models appear to have been predominantly used for visualisation; however, today they are being increasingly employed in a number of domains and for a large range of tasks beyond visualisation. In this paper, we seek to understand and document the state of the art regarding the utilisation of 3D city models across...
journal article 2015
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Peters, R. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Biljecki, F. (author)
Visibility analysis is an important application of 3D GIS data. Current approaches require 3D city models that are often derived from detailed aerial point clouds. We present an approach to visibility analysis that does not require a city model but works directly on the point cloud. Our approach is based on the medial axis transform, which...
conference paper 2015
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Arroyo Ohori, G.A.K. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
3D city models of the same region at multiple LODs are encumbered by the lack of links between corresponding objects across LODs. In practice, this causes inconsistency during updates and maintenance problems. A radical solution to this problem is to model the LOD of a model as a dimension in the geometric sense, such that a set of connected...
conference paper 2015
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Arroyo Ohori, G.A.K. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Biljecki, F. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
The various levels of detail (LODs) of a 3D city model are often stored independently, without links between the representations of the same object, causing inconsistencies, as well as update and maintenance problems. One solution to this problem is to model the LOD as an extra geometric dimension perpendicular to the three spatial ones,...
journal article 2015
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Biljecki, F. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
Cities are increasingly adopting 3D city models for 3D visualisation, computing solar panel potential of roofs, and other applications. In a similar way to traditional maps, 3D models are an abstraction of the real world: certain elements are simplifi ed or omitted. The amount of detail that is captured in a 3D model, both in terms of geometry...
journal article 2014
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Biljecki, F. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
The CityGML standard enables the modelling of some topological relationships, and the representation in multiple levels of detail (LODs). However, both concepts are rarely utilised in reality. In this paper we investigate the linking of corresponding geometric features across multiple representations. We describe the possible topological cases,...
conference paper 2014
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Biljecki, F. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
The geometry of the LOD1 block model of CityGML may be represented in a multitude of valid variants, e.g. it may represent individual buildings or aggregated blocks. The geometric representations within each of these, such as the reference of the footprint of a building, are not standardised in CityGML and are not informed in the metadata. The...
conference paper 2014
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