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-Objects in TAD are classified into the following kinds,+Objects in TAD are classified into the following kinds as per SFA Taxonomy:
  
-Atom - Represents ​the space inside a room.+Atom - It represents ​the space inside a room.
  
-Envelope - Represents ​an enclosure wrapping an atom or a group of atoms+Envelope - It represents ​an enclosure wrapping an atom or a group of atoms.
  
-Connector - Represents doors and windows ​that connect atoms to envelopes+Connector - It represents elements ​that connect atoms to envelopes. For eg. Doors and windows.
  
-Artefacts - Any other architectural ​elements ​than the ones above come under artefacts. For eg Chajjas, canopies etc+Artefacts - It represents ​elements ​that cannot be further sub-divided at the current level of investigation. For egChajjas, canopies etc.
  
-Linked-nodes - Set of artefacts that are linked to each other. For eg. Column-beam frame, etc.+Linked-nodes - It represents a set of artefacts that are linked to each other. For eg. Column-beam frame, etc.
  
-Pseudo objects - The objects that are not actual built objects are termed as Pseudo ​objects. For example - referential ​objects like Lights, Location, Look at.+Pseudo objects - It represents the objects that are not actual built objects. For eg. Referential ​objects like Lights, Location, Look at.

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