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Mastorakis, Konstantinos (author)
3D city models are continuously becoming more popular among practitioners due to the volume and versatility of information they contain, which makes them suitable to be used in various applications. However, there is no mechanism to allow maintaining them updated at the same pace that cities evolve, or when error correction is necessary,...
master thesis 2020
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Wang, Xin (author)
Urban energy simulation is becoming more and more important in various areas like urban planning, architecture design and city management. It provides quantified insights for architects and governors to deliver energy-efficient approaches. There are already quite a few energy simulation software or engines on the market. Among these tools,...
master thesis 2020
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Arapakis, Takis (author)
In recent years, the need to reduce the global warming of the planet has become more imperative than ever. Global warming and, at local scale, Urban Heat Island phenomena are among the primary effects of the increased building carbon emissions. Nevertheless, understanding and controlling the parameters which intensify, or mitigate, the...
master thesis 2019
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Salheb, Nebras (author)
This study presents a methodology to convert from the most dominant 3D city model standard in 3D GIS to BIM. Namely, CityGML to IFC. IFC is chosen because it is the common open standard to exchange data in the BIM world. For the aim of this study, the two standards are divided into 5 comparable sub-parts; Semantics, Geometry, Geographical...
master thesis 2019
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Boersma, Freek (author)
In the last two decades there has been a steady rise in the gathering and use of 3D geo-information. A common way to store and use 3D data is by using 3D city models. In 3D city models, geo-information can be stored at different levels of detail. CityGML, the most commonly used data model and encoding for 3D city models, uses five levels of...
master thesis 2019
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Ruben, Pablo (author)
Recently, the application of machine learning and data fusion techniques on hyperspectral imagery have demonstrated potential for ground cover classification at material level. Hereby, specific locations of resources enclosed in cities (e.g. roof materials) can be identified, which is critically relevant within the field of urban mining. A...
master thesis 2019
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Ortega-Córdova, Lessie (author)
3D city models are now common planning and analysis tools. Urban vegetation as a feature in these models, however, is neglected overshadowed by the focus on buildings, so its inclusion in 3D city models is often symbolic. On the other hand, urban vegetation improves the comfort and social well being of a city’s inhabitants and is a resource for...
master thesis 2018
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Dukai, Balázs (author)
There are several 3D city models available openly, worldwide. These models are used in various applications, from which many expects a homogeneous Level of Detail (LoD). Validating the accuracy of the LoD of a model requires the inference its LoD class and its conformance to the real-world object. This process quickly becomes infeasible for...
master thesis 2018
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den Duijn, Xander (author)
Precise and comprehensive knowledge about 3D urban space, critical infrastructures, and below ground features is required for simulation and analysis in the fields of urban and environmental planning, city administration and disaster management. In order to facilitate these applications, geo-information about functional, semantic, and...
master thesis 2018
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Tryfona, Maya (author)
The use of 3D city models has increased the last decades due to the evolution of technology. Their use is related to the need for solutions on issues that correspond to the building environment. Modelling aspects, like geometric, semantic information and topology are necessary, in order to provide an integrated result of spatial analysis. The...
master thesis 2017
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Donkers, S. (author)
CityGML is a standardized data format used to store the semantic information and geometries of buildings and other object classes of 3D city models. The Level of Detail of current state of the art city models (LoD2) is not sufficient for accurate environmental simulations like noise, the solar potential of windows and other types of analyses. An...
master thesis 2013
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Boeters, R. (author)
Where Level of Detail (LoD) allow City Geography Markup Language (CityGML) models to be shared over different application domains, only one LoD defines building interiors. As there are potentially numerous applications with a need for building interiors (but not with all the details as defined in LoD4), in order to attain a larger applicability...
master thesis 2013
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