||An introduction to representation comparison
||Woodbury R, Burrow A, Drogemuller R, Datta S
||"IntroductionIn current computational building design theory and practice, representations schemes depend upon a set of formal operations for creating, changing and querying a representation. With a few notable exceptions, these operations do not provide ways of comparing representations to determine how representations are alike and how they are different. We have developed a theory for and a formal representation scheme which supports representation comparison. This theory opens new approaches to unsolved problems in computational building design, notably the long-standing issue of automated building code checking.
|Year of publication:
Woodbury R, Burrow A, Drogemuller R, Datta S (2000).
An introduction to representation comparison. Construction Information Technology 2000. Taking the construction industry into the 21st century.; ISBN 9979-9174-3-1; Reykjavik, Iceland, June 28 - 30, 2000 (ISSN: 2706-6568),