A vision of an adaptive geometry model for computer-assisted building surveying

Thurow, Torsten GND; Donath, Dirk

The paper describes a concept for the step-by-step computer-aided capture and representation of geometric building data in the context of planning-oriented building surveying. Selected aspects of the concept have been implemented and tested as prototypes. The process of step-by-step capture and representation is determined by the order in which the user experiences the building. Only the information that the user knows (can see) or can reasonably deduce is represented. In addition approaches to the flexible combination of different measuring techniques and geometric abstractions are described which are based upon geodetic computational adjustment.

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Thurow, Torsten / Donath, Dirk: A vision of an adaptive geometry model for computer-assisted building surveying. 2004.

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