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3D urban data to assess local urban regulation influence

Computers, Environment and Urban Systems - 2017

Systematically assessing the influence of new urban plans is an important challenge for designing them efficiently. In this paper, we propose a method to assess the influence of local ‘Right to Build’ regulations on constructibility. Our method is based on an optimization algorithm that generates building configurations. This method requires a geographic model that supports the formalization of the Right to Build regulation in order to check if a building respects it. The proposed approach relies on the trans-dimensional simulated annealing optimization method, which produces building configurations composed of a set of parametric objects (boxes in our implementation). Our proposition is released as the SimPLU3D Open-Source project (http://ignf.github.io/simplu3D/). In this paper, we present some tests and results based on this implementation and a use related to the assistance to ‘Right to Build’ designers.

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@Article\{Brasebin17c,
  author       = "Brasebin, Micka{\"e}l and Perret, Julien and Musti\`ere, S\'ebastien and Weber, Christiane",
  title        = "3D urban data to assess local urban regulation influence",
  journal      = "Computers, Environment and Urban Systems",
  year         = "2017",
  keywords     = "3D data, 3D analysis, Urban regulation, Simulation, Building generation, Optimization, Simulated annealing",
}
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