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Sharing building information over the Web is becoming more popular, leading to advances in describing building models in a Semantic Web context. However, those descriptions lack unified approaches for linking geometry descriptions to building elements, derived properties and derived other geometry descriptions. To bridge this gap, we analyse the basic characteristics of geometric dependencies and propose the Ontology for Managing Geometry (OMG) based on this analysis. In this paper, we present our results and show how the OMG provides means to link geometric and non-geometric data in meaningful ways. Thus, exchanging building data, including geometry, on the Web becomes more efficient.
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BIM, linked data, linked building data, semantic web, geometry

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Wagner, Anna, et al. “Relating Geometry Descriptions to Its Derivatives on the Web.” Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction, European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3), 2019, pp. 304–13.
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Wagner, A., Bonduel, M., Pauwels, P., & Uwe, R. (2019). Relating geometry descriptions to its derivatives on the web. In Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction (pp. 304–313). Chania, Crete, Greece: European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3).
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Wagner, Anna, Mathias Bonduel, Pieter Pauwels, and Rüppel Uwe. 2019. “Relating Geometry Descriptions to Its Derivatives on the Web.” In Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction, 304–13. European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3).
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Wagner, Anna, Mathias Bonduel, Pieter Pauwels, and Rüppel Uwe. 2019. “Relating Geometry Descriptions to Its Derivatives on the Web.” In Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction, 304–313. European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3).
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Wagner A, Bonduel M, Pauwels P, Uwe R. Relating geometry descriptions to its derivatives on the web. In: Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction. European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3); 2019. p. 304–13.
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A. Wagner, M. Bonduel, P. Pauwels, and R. Uwe, “Relating geometry descriptions to its derivatives on the web,” in Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction, Chania, Crete, Greece, 2019, pp. 304–313.
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  abstract     = {Sharing building information over the Web is becoming more popular, leading to advances in describing building models in a Semantic Web context. However, those descriptions lack unified approaches for linking geometry descriptions to building elements, derived properties and derived other geometry descriptions. To bridge this gap, we analyse the basic characteristics of geometric dependencies and propose the Ontology for Managing Geometry (OMG) based on this analysis. In this paper, we present our results and show how the OMG provides means to link geometric and non-geometric data in meaningful ways. Thus, exchanging building data, including geometry, on the Web becomes more efficient.},
  author       = {Wagner, Anna and Bonduel, Mathias and Pauwels, Pieter and Uwe, Rüppel},
  booktitle    = {Proceedings of the 2019 European Conference for Computing in Construction},
  isbn         = {9781910963371},
  issn         = {2684-1150},
  keywords     = {BIM,linked data,linked building data,semantic web,geometry},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Chania, Crete, Greece},
  pages        = {304--313},
  publisher    = {European Council on Computing in Construction (EC3)},
  title        = {Relating geometry descriptions to its derivatives on the web},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.35490/ec3.2019.146},
  year         = {2019},
}

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