A Trajectory Calculus for Qualitative Spatial Reasoning Using Answer Set Programming

19 Apr 2018George BaryannisIlias TachmazidisSotiris BatsakisGrigoris AntoniouMario AlvianoTimos SellisPei-Wei Tsai

Spatial information is often expressed using qualitative terms such as natural language expressions instead of coordinates; reasoning over such terms has several practical applications, such as bus routes planning. Representing and reasoning on trajectories is a specific case of qualitative spatial reasoning that focuses on moving objects and their paths... (read more)

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