Vivi, Qiuchen Lu
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Image-Based Technologies for Constructing As-Is Building Information Models for Existing Buildings
Q Lu, S Lee
Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering 31 (4), 04017005, 2017
522017
Activity theory-based analysis of BIM implementation in building O&M and first response
Q Lu, L Chen, S Lee, X Zhao
Automation in Construction 85, 317-332, 2018
402018
Image-driven fuzzy-based system to construct as-is IFC BIM objects
Q Lu, S Lee, L Chen
Automation in Construction 92, 68-87, 2018
242018
AHP-ANP–Fuzzy Integral Integrated Network for Evaluating Performance of Innovative Business Models for Sustainable Building
X Zhao, L Chen, W Pan, Q Lu
Journal of Construction Engineering and Management 143 (8), 04017054, 2017
202017
Developing a dynamic digital twin at a building level: using Cambridge campus as case study
Q Lu, A Parlikad, P Woodall, G Don Ranasinghe, J Heaton
International Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Construction, 2019
10*2019
A Semi-Automatic Approach to Detect Structural Components from CAD Drawings for Constructing As-Is BIM Objects
Q Lu, S Lee
Computing in Civil Engineering 2017, 84-91, 2017
62017
Typology of business model innovations for delivering zero carbon buildings
X Zhao, BG Hwang, Q Lu
Journal of cleaner production 196, 1213-1226, 2018
52018
Developing a Digital Twin at Building and City Levels: Case Study of West Cambridge Campus
Q Lu, AK Parlikad, P Woodall, G Don Ranasinghe, X Xie, Z Liang, ...
Journal of Management in Engineering 36 (3), 05020004, 2020
42020
From BIM towards Digital Twin: Strategy and Future Development for Smart Asset Management
Q Lu, X Xie, J Heaton, A Parlikad, J Schooling
9th Workshop on Service Oriented, Holonic and Multi-agent Manufacturing …, 2019
42019
Comparative analysis of technologies and methods for automatic construction of building information models for existing buildings
Q Lu, SH Lee
Proceedings of the ICE HKA Annual Conference 2015, 2015
42015
An eeBIM-based platform integrating carbon cost evaluation for sustainable building design
Q Lu, S Lee
Computing in Civil Engineering 2015, 371-378, 2015
32015
Scavenging vibration energy from seismically isolated bridges using an electromagnetic harvester
Q Lu, C Loong, CC Chang, EG Dimitrakopoulos
Sensors and Smart Structures Technologies for Civil, Mechanical, and …, 2014
32014
Moving from Building Information Models to Digital Twins for Operation and Maintenance
Q Lu, X Xie, AK Parlikad, JM Schooling, E Konstantinou
Institution of Civil Engineers - Smart Infrastructure and Construction, 2020
22020
A semi-automatic image-based object recognition system for constructing as-is IFC BIM objects based on fuzzy-MAUT
L Chen, Q Lu, X Zhao
International Journal of Construction Management, 2019
22019
A Digital Twin of Bridges for Structural Health Monitoring
C Ye, L Butler, B Calka, M Iangurazov, Q Lu, A Gregory, M Girolami, ...
the 12th International Workshop on Structural Health Monitoring, 2019
22019
A framework for constructing semantic as-is building energy models (BEMs) for existing buildings using digital images
H Ying, Q Lu, H Zhou, S Lee
ISARC. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Automation and Robotics …, 2018
22018
A framework of an image-based integrated approach to create as-is building information models for existing buildings
Q Lu, SH Lee
Proceedings of the 20th CIB World Building Congress, 2016
22016
Development of a Semi-Automatic Image-based Object Recognition System for Reconstructing As-is BIM Objects based on Fuzzy Multi-Attribute Utility Theory
Q Lu, SH Lee
CIB W78 2016 Conference, 2016
22016
Digital twin-enabled anomaly detection for built asset monitoring in operation and maintenance
Q Lu, X Xie, AK Parlikad, JM Schooling
Automation in Construction 118, 103277, 2020
12020
Visualised inspection system for monitoring environmental anomalies during daily operation and maintenance
X Xie, Q Lu, D Rodenas-Herraiz, AK Parlikad, JM Schooling
Engineering, Construction and Architectural Management, 2020
12020
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