Starting from a multi–scalar and multi–dimensional survey, most interdisciplinary researches, based on representation, are becoming a tool for dialogue between the new trends of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the most compelling needs of our CH. The approach here proposed stems from the desire to understand how much of the skills useful in architecture analysing and modelling can be made available to the “machine”, with the goal to accelerate cognitive or management processes. Some HBIM models, as an existing digital heritage, were used to obtain the semantic intelligence. From this specialised intelligence comes a cyclical path which, through AI, transforms this knowledge into new forms of collective intelligence, at the service of the heritage. The paper presents a research that brings very promising results for the segmentation of point clouds and the facilitation of ScanToHBIM approaches, made possible by the large amount of data acquired on the Ducal Palace of Urbino.

Deep Learning for Point Clouds classification in the Ducal Palace at Urbino

Paolo Clini;Roberto Pierdicca;Ramona Quattrini
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Emanuele Frontoni;Romina Nespeca
2021

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Starting from a multi–scalar and multi–dimensional survey, most interdisciplinary researches, based on representation, are becoming a tool for dialogue between the new trends of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the most compelling needs of our CH. The approach here proposed stems from the desire to understand how much of the skills useful in architecture analysing and modelling can be made available to the “machine”, with the goal to accelerate cognitive or management processes. Some HBIM models, as an existing digital heritage, were used to obtain the semantic intelligence. From this specialised intelligence comes a cyclical path which, through AI, transforms this knowledge into new forms of collective intelligence, at the service of the heritage. The paper presents a research that brings very promising results for the segmentation of point clouds and the facilitation of ScanToHBIM approaches, made possible by the large amount of data acquired on the Ducal Palace of Urbino.
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