General architecture for demand migration in the GIPSY demand-driven execution engine

@inproceedings{Vassev2005GeneralAF,
  title={General architecture for demand migration in the GIPSY demand-driven execution engine},
  author={Emil Vassev},
  year={2005}
}
During the conceptual design stage of a building, the design team often has to make critical decisions with significant impact on energy performance and indoor comfort conditions. The design and selection of fenestration systems and their control plays a key role in determining building performance, especially for perimeter spaces of commercial buildings. The domains of heating, cooling and lighting are closely related. An integrated thermal and daylighting approach is required for… CONTINUE READING

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