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  • IFC4 Add1 Release — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    documentation format has been further improved for readability A language independent section to describe the entities and types with their attributes and relationships is now available and separate to the EXPRESS and XSD code The use of concept templates chapter 4 and concepts is greatly enhanced based on the mvdXML specification to enable better MVD developments and validation Minor schema enhancements reflect the experience from pilot implementations of the IFC4 enhancements One additional schema enhancement has been added after intensive discussions and considerations a simplified and far more compact definition of poly lines with arc segments See the following summary of the rationale behind adding this additional geometry definition An overview of all changes is provided here A detailed listing of all issues resolved for the beta release is shown here IFC4 Add 1 for MVD development the first official Model View Definition for IFC4 will be based on the Addendum 1 Therefore all upcoming buildingSMART International IFC Certification are based on IFC4 Addendum 1 see IFC4 Reference View and IFC4 Design Transfer View as the first two bSI MVD s based on IFC4 Add1 IFC4 Add 1 under ISO16739 it is planned to create a new work item for

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  • Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    Plomino Field Plomino Form Plomino Hide when Plomino View Collection New items since Yesterday Last week Last month Ever Sort by relevance date newest first alphabetically Summary of IFC Releases Located in Specifications IFC2x3 TC1 Release Summary about the IFC2x Edition 3 Technical Corrigendum 1 release published on 10 07 2007 Located in Specifications IFC Releases IFC4 Release Summary about the IFC4 release published on 11 March 2013 Located in

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  • mvdXML releases — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    developments mvdXML Releases The first published release mvdXML 1 0 had been made available in 2013 as part of the IFC4 developments The oofficial IFC4 documentation is generated on the basis of mvdXML 1 0 mvdXML1 0 Documentation mvdXML1 0 XML Schema The current development release is mvdXML 1 1 The main focus is fixing small issues and inconsistencies found in mvdXML 1 0 greatly update and improve the documentation including several new examples and to add a reworked specification for including validation rules to the mvdXML standard mvdXML Version 1 1 is currently a buildingSMART International Candidate Standard see mvdXML 1 1 page mvdXML Format Scope An IFC Model View Definition defines a legal subset of the IFC Schema being complete and provides implementation guidance or implementation agreements for all IFC concepts classes attributes relationships property sets quantity definitions etc used within this subset It thereby represents the software requirement specification for the implementation of an IFC interface to satisfy the Exchange Requirements The Model View Definition XML format mvdXML captures the following Exchange Definitions indicating import and export scenarios for each model view Concept Roots indicating entities of the IFC schema included within the model view Concept Nodes indicating rules for valid attribute values and referenced types Concept Templates which may be re used across related entities Exchange Requirements indicating mandatory optional or excluded concepts for each exchange Usage of mvdXML files is intended for several scenarios Test servers performing automated validation of IFC files for conformance or application certification Documentation and diagrams generated for IFC and IFC model view definitions Software applications performing automated filtering or validation of IFC files for model views Check for completeness of IFC based data for agreed and contracted exchanges validation Specifications IFC Overview IFC Releases ifcXML Overview mvdXML Overview mvdXML Releases

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  • Industry Foundation Classes IFC for Data Sharing in the Construction and Facility Management Industries

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  • IFC4 Add1 Release — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    You are here Home Specifications IFC Releases IFC4 Add1 Release Info Error Cookies are not enabled You must enable cookies before you can log in Login Name Password Forgot your password If you have forgotten your password we can send you a new one New user If you do not have an account here head over to the registration form This site is the 2008 2016 of buildingSMART International Ltd

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  • Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    terms Filter the results Item type Select All None Collage Page Event File Folder Image Link News Item Plomino Action Plomino Column Plomino Database Plomino Document Plomino Field Plomino Form Plomino Hide when Plomino View Collection New items since Yesterday Last week Last month Ever Sort by relevance date newest first alphabetically IFC4 Reference View Located in Specifications MVD Releases IFC4 RV Scope Located in Specifications MVD Releases IFC4 Reference

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  • IFC4 RV Objective — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    providing units coordinate system and GIS positions general object identification using globally unique identifier Additional capabilities for enriching the semantic information exposed by the IFC4 Reference View can be defined as an Add on Model View Definition Forseeable examples are capturing 4D models with the addition of the work schedule related entities or 5D models with the addition of construction resource related entities Workflow support by the IFC4 Reference View The overall goal of the IFC Reference View is to provide workflows where building information models are to be consumed by the widest array of software applications that do not require modifying geometry Such applications enable viewing estimating building operating and other downstream analysis Figure Reference model approach by courtesy of Leon van Berlo TNO EXAMPLE One target scenario is an architect providing building design information to a contractor or facility manager It is expected that the resulting geometry would reflect sufficient realism for viewing in software dimensions normals colors textures but not of rendering quality for artistic presentations lighting shader effects curve interpolation rasterizing To support the widest array of consuming applications the resulting schema should be as limited as possible for representing geometry in the interest of minimizing resources required of application developers Such schema should also be as compact as possible to enable downstream use on mobile devices with limited network bandwidth It is proposed that the resulting geometry is limited to triangles with normal vectors color and texture coordinates and simple sweept solids with applied color and texture Compatibility Concerns for the IFC4 Reference View As the IFC4 Reference View is new there is no corresponding concept in the IFC2x3 Coordination View there is no constraint for compatibility and the resulting schema will leverage new triangulation definitions in IFC4 to support more efficient data transfer The

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  • IFC4 RV Scope — Welcome to buildingSMART-Tech.org
    template and property template NOTE The PSD Schema has been used since many earlier versions of the IFC standard and has a broad legacy The newer property set template definitions are now part of the IFC schema and can therefore be embedded within an IFC data set directly Both schemas can be mapped without information loss Quantity sets Quantity sets hold as the name suggests a set of quantities pre calculated for the model element occurrence Each individual quantity has a name an optional description a value of a given datatype corresponding to the quantity measure length area volume weight time a unit a quantity formula describing how the quantity value was calculated The semantic meaning of each quality is provided by its name Quantities that are semantically declared within the scope of the IFC4 Reference View are based on a quantity definition template that is published as an instrinct part of the Model View Definition Extensions to the quantity definitions can also be defined outside the quantity definition scope of the IFC4 Reference View however the name prefix for quantity sets Qto is restricted to quantities defined within the original scope of IFC Object association In addition to the Property sets and the Quantity sets also a classification reference to an external classification system can be assigned and material as either single material a material constituent sets or an material layer sets or material profile sets combining material information with dimensions can be associated to one or many model elements NOTE Material dimensions are layer thicknesses or profile geometries for e g a column with an embedded steel profile and a concrete protection Within the IFC4 Reference View such material dimensions are used exclusively as alphanumeric information and not as part of a dimension driven parametric shape representation The usage of the object association is defined within the following concept templates see also Chapter 4 fundamental concepts and assumptions Material Association assigns a material or material set constituent layer profile to one or several model elements either to element occurrences or as shared material information to element types Classification Association assigns a classification reference to one or several model elements Product shape The first main objective of the IFC4 Reference View is to enable the exchange of highly accurate not non parametric geometric representations of the model elements Each model element is placed directly or indirectly within the project coordinate system defining its own object coordinate system The geometric representation items describing its shape are positioned within this object coordinate system In order to minimize the effort for receiving and interpreting the geometric representations by the receiving software systems in terms of development effort processing power and loading times the complexity and variety of geometric models has been minimized for the IFC4 Reference View Product placement Each model element defines its own object coordinate system The placement is defined by the following concept template Product Local Placement creating an object coordinate system for the shape representation of the model

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