Algorithmic Information Modelling (AIM) is an acronym that can be used to discuss and reason on the relationship between algorithms used in Visual Programming Language (VPL) platforms and the Information Modelling processes. In the Architecture, Engineering and Construction fields (AEC) the data management related to those processes are more usually managed through BIM tools able to handle heterogeneous data set characterized by different disciplines domains. The use of BIM processes applied to historic buildings (HBIM) moreover introduces new needs for the management of 3D information modelling. The research critically investigates some case studies concerning the relationship between the use of BIM processes applied to different architectural heritage fields, from the (virtual) reconstruction of existing buildings to the improvement of the efficiency of design activities for management applications. Most of the activities involved researchers of the Representation field, jointly with the Restoration, Geomatics, Building Physics, Architectural Technology researchers.

AIM! Algorithmic Information Modeling: New Strategies for a Fully Integrated Approach in the Field of Cultural Heritage / Lo Turco, Massimiliano; Calvano, Michele; Giovannini, Elisabetta Caterina; Tomalini, Andrea (SPRINGER TRACTS IN CIVIL ENGINEERING). - In: From Building Information Modelling to Mixed RealitySTAMPA. - [s.l] : Springer, Cham, 2021. - ISBN 978-3-030-49277-9. - pp. 143-156 [10.1007/978-3-030-49278-6_9]

AIM! Algorithmic Information Modeling: New Strategies for a Fully Integrated Approach in the Field of Cultural Heritage

Lo Turco, Massimiliano;Calvano, Michele;Giovannini, Elisabetta Caterina;Tomalini, Andrea
2021

Abstract

Algorithmic Information Modelling (AIM) is an acronym that can be used to discuss and reason on the relationship between algorithms used in Visual Programming Language (VPL) platforms and the Information Modelling processes. In the Architecture, Engineering and Construction fields (AEC) the data management related to those processes are more usually managed through BIM tools able to handle heterogeneous data set characterized by different disciplines domains. The use of BIM processes applied to historic buildings (HBIM) moreover introduces new needs for the management of 3D information modelling. The research critically investigates some case studies concerning the relationship between the use of BIM processes applied to different architectural heritage fields, from the (virtual) reconstruction of existing buildings to the improvement of the efficiency of design activities for management applications. Most of the activities involved researchers of the Representation field, jointly with the Restoration, Geomatics, Building Physics, Architectural Technology researchers.
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From Building Information Modelling to Mixed Reality
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