This research investigates the development of a new modelling and simulation approach for building design - defined as Agent-Based Building Modelling - that moves from the current object-oriented representation (such as in BIM) to an agent-based one. In the proposed approach, the representation domain is extended in order to include users and hosted activities, and the static modelling of the building is integrated with the dynamic simulation of its functioning. For this purpose, this paper presents a general template of the agent that ensures homogeneity of formalisation of the different typologies of entities (building components, spaces, V-Users, activities) and support the virtual simulation of the use process.

Modelling Buildings and their Use as Systems of Agents

Ugo Maria Coraglia
2017

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This research investigates the development of a new modelling and simulation approach for building design - defined as Agent-Based Building Modelling - that moves from the current object-oriented representation (such as in BIM) to an agent-based one. In the proposed approach, the representation domain is extended in order to include users and hosted activities, and the static modelling of the building is integrated with the dynamic simulation of its functioning. For this purpose, this paper presents a general template of the agent that ensures homogeneity of formalisation of the different typologies of entities (building components, spaces, V-Users, activities) and support the virtual simulation of the use process.
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Davide Simeone; Stefano Cursi; Ugo Maria Coraglia
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