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Inverse simulation of sunlighting: a geometrical framework for architectural and urban design

Abstract : We propose a framework based on integral geometry that enables to express and to solve all sunlighting problems: the direct problems for assessing sunlighting in a scene, and the inverse ones for achieving sunlighting constraints in a design context. The heart of our method is the sunlighting volume that we denote ∏(P, T). We describe this notion and we show how to implement it in an architectural and urban design process.
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Daniel Siret. Inverse simulation of sunlighting: a geometrical framework for architectural and urban design. CISBAT'01, Scartezzini J.-L., Sep 2001, Lausanne, Switzerland. pp. 231-236. ⟨halshs-02472154⟩

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