Knowledge representation and management play a key role in built heritage field, deeply influencing decisions and actions of the different specialists involved in investigation, intervention, conservation and fruition processes. An accurate and complete representation and comprehension of architectural heritage artefact require a large amount of semantics related to its intangible aspects such as social and historical context. On these bases, the research presented in this paper investigates the potential impact of Building Information Modelling introduction in built heritage field in order to enhance knowledge management and, as a consequence, collaboration among specialists. To include in the artefact representation both tangible and intangible knowledge, the model has been conceived as the integration of a BIM environment with a knowledge base developed by means of ontologies. To test its features and capabilities, the model has been applied to the archaeological investigation of the Castor and Pollux temple at Cori, Italy.

BIM AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING HERITAGE / Simeone, Davide; Cursi, Stefano; Ilaria, Toldo; Carrara, Gianfranco. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 681-690. (Intervento presentato al convegno Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture tenutosi a Los Angeles, California nel 23-25/10/2014).

BIM AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING HERITAGE

SIMEONE, DAVIDE;CURSI, STEFANO;CARRARA, Gianfranco
2014

Abstract

Knowledge representation and management play a key role in built heritage field, deeply influencing decisions and actions of the different specialists involved in investigation, intervention, conservation and fruition processes. An accurate and complete representation and comprehension of architectural heritage artefact require a large amount of semantics related to its intangible aspects such as social and historical context. On these bases, the research presented in this paper investigates the potential impact of Building Information Modelling introduction in built heritage field in order to enhance knowledge management and, as a consequence, collaboration among specialists. To include in the artefact representation both tangible and intangible knowledge, the model has been conceived as the integration of a BIM environment with a knowledge base developed by means of ontologies. To test its features and capabilities, the model has been applied to the archaeological investigation of the Castor and Pollux temple at Cori, Italy.
2014
Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture
BIM; built heritage; ontology-based systems; knowledge management; Archaeological investigation
04 Pubblicazione in atti di convegno::04b Atto di convegno in volume
BIM AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT FOR BUILDING HERITAGE / Simeone, Davide; Cursi, Stefano; Ilaria, Toldo; Carrara, Gianfranco. - STAMPA. - (2014), pp. 681-690. (Intervento presentato al convegno Association for Computer-Aided Design in Architecture tenutosi a Los Angeles, California nel 23-25/10/2014).
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