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Unit Testing for Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning Carl Schultz, Robert Amor, Hans Guesgen
 

Summary: Unit Testing for Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning
Carl Schultz, Robert Amor, Hans Guesgen
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Abstract
Researchers in commonsense, qualitative spatial and
temporal reasoning (QSTR) provide flexible and intuitive
methods for reasoning about vague and uncertain
information including spatial orientation, topology and
proximity. Despite a number of theoretical advances in this
field, there are relatively few applications that employ these
methods. The central problem is a significant lack of
application-level standards and validation methods for
supporting developers in adapting and integrating QSTR
with their domain specific qualitative spatial and temporal
models. To address this we present a significantly novel
methodology for QSTR application validation, inspired by
research in software engineering. In this paper we focus on

  

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

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences