Buildings are growing in complexity and so laws and standards; traditional code checking, as well as laws creation, are no more sustainable, especially in terms of information management (storage, elaboration, update, etc.). This research is focused on the creation of a new automated compliance checking process, looking not only at how rules are checked, but also at how rules are created; this involves the classification of rules in different categories and their elaboration, to translate them from plain language (although it usually is a “complex language”) to computer-readable language, associated to attributes implemented in the Asset Information Model by the various stakeholders during building life (since early design to operation). This paper presents a preliminary classification of rules usually found in building codes, standards and laws. Some examples are shown to demonstrate the robustness of the classification provided.

Rules complexity classification for Automated Compliance Checking / Hakim, Seyedamir; Re Cecconi, Fulvio; Dejaco, Mario Claudio; Maltese, Sebastiano. - (2017), pp. 136-145. (Intervento presentato al convegno 24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2017 tenutosi a Nottingham, UK nel 10th-12th July 2017).

Rules complexity classification for Automated Compliance Checking

Dejaco, Mario Claudio;
2017-01-01

Abstract

Buildings are growing in complexity and so laws and standards; traditional code checking, as well as laws creation, are no more sustainable, especially in terms of information management (storage, elaboration, update, etc.). This research is focused on the creation of a new automated compliance checking process, looking not only at how rules are checked, but also at how rules are created; this involves the classification of rules in different categories and their elaboration, to translate them from plain language (although it usually is a “complex language”) to computer-readable language, associated to attributes implemented in the Asset Information Model by the various stakeholders during building life (since early design to operation). This paper presents a preliminary classification of rules usually found in building codes, standards and laws. Some examples are shown to demonstrate the robustness of the classification provided.
2017
24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering (EG-ICE 2017)
Munich, Germany
European Group For Intelligent Computing in Engineering
9781510843455
Hakim, Seyedamir; Re Cecconi, Fulvio; Dejaco, Mario Claudio; Maltese, Sebastiano
Rules complexity classification for Automated Compliance Checking / Hakim, Seyedamir; Re Cecconi, Fulvio; Dejaco, Mario Claudio; Maltese, Sebastiano. - (2017), pp. 136-145. (Intervento presentato al convegno 24th EG-ICE International Workshop on Intelligent Computing in Engineering 2017 tenutosi a Nottingham, UK nel 10th-12th July 2017).
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