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The Impact of Qualification on the Application of Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning
 

Summary: The Impact of Qualification on the Application
of Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning
Calculi
Carl Schultz1
and Robert Amor2
and Hans W. Guesgen3
1
SFB/TR 8 Spatial Cognition, The University of Bremen, Germany
2
The University of Auckland, New Zealand
3
Massey University, New Zealand
Abstract. Ever since Allen introduced his qualitative interval algebra
in 1983, the area of qualitative spatial and temporal reasoning (QSTR)
has been motivated by potential application areas that require human-
oriented, commonsense reasoning. Despite this, it is well recognised in
the community that there are relatively few commercial applications that
heavily employ QSTR calculi. In this paper we directly address this issue
by establishing a theoretical foundation for describing, developing and
analysing QSTR based applications. We present an analysis of QSTR

  

Source: Amor, Robert - Department of Computer Science, University of Auckland

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences