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SPATIALCOGNITION
2004
Springer

Exploiting Qualitative Spatial Neighborhoods in the Situation Calculus

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Exploiting Qualitative Spatial Neighborhoods in the Situation Calculus
Abstract. We present first ideas on how results about qualitative spatial reasoning can be exploited in reasoning about action and change. Current work concentrates on a line segment based calculus, the dipole calculus and necessary extensions for representing navigational concepts like turn right. We investigate how its conceptual neighborhood structure can be applied in the situation calculus for reasoning qualitatively about relative positions in dynamic environments.
Frank Dylla, Reinhard Moratz
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where SPATIALCOGNITION
Authors Frank Dylla, Reinhard Moratz
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