||A common data model for computer integrated building
||Bourdeau L, Dubois A-M, Poyet P
||The connection of various building performance evaluation tools in a collaborative way is an essential request to develop true CAD systems. It is a basic requirement for the future of integrated information systems for building projects, where the data concerning the multiple aspects can be exchanged during the different design steps.This paper deals with the on-going research concerning the generation of a common data model in the framework of a European collaborative action, theCOMBINE Project , which is supported by the CEC, General Directorate XI1 for Research Science and Development, within the JOULE programme.The first step of the research concerns the progressive construction of a conceptual model and the paper focuses on the development of this Integrated Data Model (IDM).The paper reports on the definition of the architecture of the IDM. The main issues and the methodology of the IDM development are presented.The IDM development methodology is based on successive steps dealing with the identification of the data and context which are considered by the Design ToolPrototypes (DTP) to be connected through the IDM, the conceptual integration of this knowledge, and the implementation of the model on an appropriate software environment.
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Bourdeau L, Dubois A-M, Poyet P (1991).
A common data model for computer integrated building. Wagter H, Spoonamore J (ed.); The computer integrated future. CIB Seminar, 16-17 September, 1991. Eindhoven University of Technology, Calibre, The Netherlands (ISSN: 2706-6568),