On Approximate Solutions of Qualitative Constraint Networks
Qualitative Spatial and Temporal Reasoning (QSTR) represents spatial and temporal information in terms of human comprehensible qualitative predicates and reasons about qualitative information by solving qualitative constraint networks (QCNs). Despite significant progress in the past three decades, more and more evidence has shown that it is inherently hard to find exact solutions for expressive qualitative constraints. In many applications, however, we are often required to make decisions in a...[Show more]
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