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Towards a 3D geographic information system for the exploration of urban rules: application to the French local urban planning schemes

Mickaël Brasebin, Julien Perret, Cécile Haëck
28th urban data management symposium (UDMS 2011) - sep 2011

This paper presents the use of a 3D GIS to represent, analyse and explore the most common urban rules described in French local urban planning schemes. As these rules are only expressed in free formed texts, it is difficult to assess their impact on the city evolution. A schema is proposed in order to allow the capture and the management of urban rules. These rules are applied to a structured geographic environment in order to automatically determine and to represent their influence by 3D volumes. These volumes can be use by visual analytics to asses or emulate the influence of the rules in terms of buildable potential or by spatial analysis to determine their influence on the FAR (Floor Area Ratio) or to integrate pre-project building shapes.

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@InProceedings\{Brasebin11a,
  author       = "Brasebin, Micka{\"e}l and Perret, Julien and Ha{\"e}ck, C\'ecile",
  title        = "Towards a 3D geographic information system for the exploration of urban rules: application to the French local urban planning schemes",
  booktitle    = "28th urban data management symposium (UDMS 2011)",
  month        = "sep",
  year         = "2011",
  keywords     = "3d, envelope_constructible, fr_reg, planification",
}
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