Yijie Wu

Yijie Wu
The University of Hong Kong | HKU · Department of Real Estate and Construction

PhD student

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Additional affiliations
September 2020 - present
The University of Hong Kong
Position
  • Research assisstant
Education
September 2016 - June 2019
China University of Geosciences
Field of study
  • Cartography and Geographic Information Engineering
September 2012 - June 2016
South China Normal University
Field of study
  • Geographic Information System

Publications

Publications (12)
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[Free PDF:🌐 https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1fIQhcUG5OuM6 🌐] Every windowed room has a view, which reflects the visibility of nature and landscape and has a strong influence on the health, living satisfaction, and housing value of inhabitants. Thus, automatic accurate window view assessment is vital in examining neighborhood landscape and optimizi...
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Quantifying truck-loaded materials is a problem in many industrial operations. In construction and demolition waste (CDW) management, inspectors at disposal facilities are often required to measure the amount of different waste components loaded by incoming trucks to determine admissibility. Due to the bulky and mixed nature of construction materia...
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The built environment closely relates to the development of COVID-19 and post-disaster recovery. Nevertheless, few studies examine its impacts on the recovery stage and corresponding urban development strategies. This study examines the built environment’s role in Wuhan’s recovery at the city block level through a natural experiment. We first aggre...
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Building information modeling (BIM) has been widely used as the information hub for collaborations and has increasingly been mandated in the construction industry over the past decade. From the information perspective, there have been three BIM-based exchange paradigms: (i) file-based, (ii) cloud-based, and (iii) blockchain-based. Digital twin (DT)...
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Building information modeling (BIM) of cultural heritages, i.e., historic building information modeling (HBIM), advances the monitoring, maintenance, restoration, and virtual exhibitions of historical buildings. However, due to the elaborate styles and the unavoidable erosion and renovation, the reconstruction of HBIM from the prevalent raw data, s...
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This paper presents a deep learning-based point cloud processing method named FloorPP-Net for the task of Scan-to-BIM (building information model). FloorPP-Net first converts the input point cloud of a building story into point pillars (PP), then predicts the corners and edges to output the floor plan. Altogether, FloorPP-Net establishes an end-to-...
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Coarse registration of 3D point clouds plays an indispensable role for parametric, semantically rich, and realistic digital twin buildings (DTBs) in the practice of GIScience, manufacturing, robotics, architecture, engineering, and construction. However, the existing methods have prominently been challenged by (i) the high cost of data collection f...
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Building information modeling (BIM) of cultural heritages, i.e., historic building information modeling (HBIM), advances the monitoring, maintenance, restoration, and virtual exhibitions of historical buildings. However, due to the elaborate styles and the unavoidable erosion and renovation, the reconstruction of HBIM from the prevalent raw data, s...
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A large proportion of indoor spatial data is generated by parsing floor plans. However, a mature and automatic solution for generating high-quality building elements (e.g., walls and doors) and space partitions (e.g., rooms) is still lacking. In this study, we present a two-stage approach to indoor mapping and modeling (IMM) from floor plan images....
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Indoor map matching has been an important technique to improve the indoor localization accuracy because it takes the advantage of available indoor building data and effectively decreases the localization cost. One of the spatial model involved in the indoor map matching, adaptive navigation model, could balance the accuracy and complexity of the mo...
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Spatial queries play significant roles in exchanging Building Information Modeling (BIM) data and integrating BIM with indoor spatial information. However, topological operators implemented for BIM spatial queries are limited to qualitative relations (e.g. touching, intersecting). To overcome this limitation, we propose an extended maptree model to...

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To process 3D point cloud via automated architectonic grammars and composition