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2011
Montenegro, Nuno, José Beirão, and José Duarte. "Public Space Patterns: Towards a CIM standard for urban public space." In Respecting Fragile Places: 29th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, 79-86. eCAADe: Conferences. Ljubljana, Slovenia: University of Ljubljana. Faculty of Architecture, 2011.
2010
Gil, Jorge, José Beirão, Nuno Montenegro, and José Duarte. "Assessing Computational Tools for Urban Design: Towards a “city information model”." In Future cities: 28th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, 361-369. eCAADe: Conferences. Zurich, Switzerland: ETH Zurich, 2010.
2009
"The city as a street system: a street description for a city ontology." In SIGraDi 2009: Proceedings of the 13th Congress of the Iberoamerican Society of Digital Graphics. SIGraDi. Sao Paulo, Brazil, 2009.
Montenegro, Nuno, and José Duarte. "Computational Ontology of Urban Design: Towards a City Information Model." In Computation: The New Realm of Architectural Design: 27th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, 253-260. eCAADe: Conferences. Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2009.
Gil, Jorge, Nuno Montenegro, José Beirão, and José Duarte. "On the Discovery of Urban Typologies: Data Mining the Multi-dimensional Character of Neighbourhoods." In Computation: The New Realm of Architectural Design: 27th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, 269-278. eCAADe: Conferences. Istanbul, Turkey: Istanbul Technical University, Faculty of Architecture, 2009.
Beirão, José, José Duarte, Jorge Gil, and Nuno Montenegro. "Monitoring urban design through generative design support tools: a generative grammar for Praia." In Proceedings of 15 Congresso da APDR. Cidade da Praia, Cabo Verde, 2009.
2008
Montenegro, Nuno, and José Duarte. "Towards a Computational Description of Urban Patterns." In Architecture 'in computro' - Integrating Methods and Techniques: 26th eCAADe Conference Proceedings, 239-248. eCAADe: Conferences. Antwerpen, Belgium: The Higher Institute of Architectural Sciences, Henry van de Velde, 2008.