publication . Doctoral thesis . Article . 2013

Qualitative Reasoning about Relative Directions : Computational Complexity and Practical Algorithm

Jae Hee Lee;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jan 2013
  • Country: Germany
Abstract
Qualitative spatial reasoning (QSR) enables cognitive agents to reason about space using abstract symbols. Among several aspects of space (e.g., topology, direction, distance) directional information is useful for agents navigating in space. Observers typically describe their environment by specifying the relative directions in which they see other objects or other people from their point of view. As such, qualitative reasoning about relative directions, i.e., determining whether a given statement involving relative directions is true, can be advantageously used for applications, for example, robot navigation, computer-aided design and geographical information s...
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free text keywords: Qualitative Spatial Reasoning, ddc:000
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publication . Doctoral thesis . Article . 2013

Qualitative Reasoning about Relative Directions : Computational Complexity and Practical Algorithm

Jae Hee Lee;