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1999
Springer
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Terminological Default Reasoning about Spatial Information: A First Step
We extend the theory about terminological default reasoning by using a logical base language that can represent spatioterminological phenomena. Based on this description logic lang...
Ralf Möller, Michael Wessel
COSIT
1999
Springer
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Pictorial and Verbal Tools for Conveying Routes
Traditionally, depictions and descriptions have been seen as complementary; depictions have been preferred to convey iconic or metaphorically iconic information whereas description...
Barbara Tversky, Paul U. Lee
COSIT
1999
Springer
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Atomicity vs. Infinite Divisibility of Space
In qualitative spatial reasoning, the last ten years have brought a lot of results on theories of spatial properties and relations taking regions of space as primitive entities. In...
Claudio Masolo, Laure Vieu
COSIT
1999
Springer
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Agglomerations
Where some have attempted to apply cognitive methods to the study of geography, the present paper is designed to serve as a starting point for applying methods of geographic ontolo...
Barry Smith
COSIT
1999
Springer
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The Nature of Landmarks for Real and Electronic Spaces
Landmarks are significant in one’s formation of a cognitive map of both physical environments and electronic information spaces. Landmarks are defined in physical space as having...
Molly E. Sorrows, Stephen C. Hirtle
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