Renz, Jochen; Schmid, Falko
Qualitative spatial and temporal calculi are usually formulated on a particular level of granularity and with a particular domain of spatial or temporal entities. If the granularity or the domain of an existing calculus doesn't match the requirements of an application, it is either possible to express all information using the given calculus or to customize the calculus. In this paper we distinguish the possible ways of customizing a spatial and temporal calculus and analyze when and how...[Show more]
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