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Process Paper Spatial Reasoning and
 

Summary: Process Paper
Spatial Reasoning and
Reasoning with Images
Marco Aiello
aiellom@wins.uva.nl
``I want to leave the writing of this page behind.''
Even when talking about an abstract event in time,
space pops up in metaphors to show us how impor­
tant it is for humans.
One of the reasons of the importance of space
is its epistemical multiplicity. Different senses, vi­
sion and touch among others, give spatial inputs
to humans. In the early days of AI, vision was
believed to be one of the easiest subfields, but as
researches started to approach the problem system­
atically they soon realized the variety of very com­
plex problems involved in machine vision.
It is possible to think of spatial reasoning as the
field of studies on representations of space, infer­
ences concerning space and interactions with space.

  

Source: Aiello, Marco - Institute for Mathematics and Computing Science, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences