Qualitative Spatial Reasoning

Author: M. Teresa Escrig
Publisher: IOS Press
ISBN: 9789051994124
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In this book we present a novel approach for integrating the qualitative concepts of orientation, distance, and cardinal directions, using points as well as extended objects as primitive of reasoning, based on Constraint Logic Programming.

Qualitative Spatial And Temporal Reasoning

Author: Gérard Ligozat
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118601564
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The book also includes a presentation of fuzzy extensions of qualitative calculi, and a description of the study of complexity in terms of clones of operations.

Spatial Reasoning And Planning

Author: Jiming Liu
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3642188796
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Many graphical illustrations and detailed algorithm descriptions help the reader to comprehend the solution paths and to develop their own applications. The book is written as a self-contained text for researchers and graduate students.

Spatial Awareness Of Autonomous Embedded Systems

Author: Clemens Holzmann
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3834895695
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4 BC - 65 AD Reasoning about perceived context information is fundamental for
autonomous systems to draw conclusions about their spatial contexts and adapt
to changing situations at runtime. According to our focus on qualitative spatial
relations, this chapter builds on the qualitative abstractions presented in Chapter
3 and is concerned with inferring new from known relations. In Section 4.1, we
first give an overview of approaches for qualitative spatial reasoning, with a focus
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