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Title: Spatial analysis and modelling based on activities
Authors: Conradie, D
Keywords: Computational building simulation
Traffic safety assessment
Building information models
Building product models
Traffic safety
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Alive2green
Citation: Conradie, D. 2010. Spatial analysis and modelling based on activities. Sustainable transport and mobility handbook, Alive2green, South Africa, Vol 1, pp 1-7
Abstract: This chapter describes the development of an agent based Computational Building Simulation (CBS) tool, termed KRONOS that is being used to support advanced research questions such as traffic safety assessment and user behaviour in buildings. The intention is to provide better support for dynamic space-time related research as well as investigations into static built environment modelling and simulations such as people motion studies. The authors (CSIR researchers) view CBS as a technical specialization of Building Product Models (BPM) also known as Building Information Models (BIM).
Description: Copyright: 2010 Alive2green
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10204/3991
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