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Building Information - Representation and Management

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Building Information - Representation and Management
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Publisher: TU Delft Open
ISBN-13: 9789463661607
Number of pages: 147

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The book presents a coherent theory of building information, focusing on its representation and management in the digital era. It addresses issues such as the information explosion and the structure of analogue building representations to propose a parsimonious approach to the deployment and utilization of symbolic digital technologies like BIM.

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