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The latter holds if the system knows there is only one person in the flat. 26 B. W. Guesgen, and S. H¨ ubner 3. From the knowledge that a wheelchair enters the light-cone, it can be inferred that the chairs, the table, and the sofa are potential obstacles, whereas the shelf and the television are outside of the wheelchair’s scope. If more precise knowledge matters, for instance, in order to take into account the arrangement of obstacles, ordering information about objects becomes important. 2 Spatial Arrangements Cardinal directions are frequently employed in spatial reasoning (mainly in geography), but they are inconvenient in room space.

From the knowledge that a wheelchair enters the living room, it can be inferred that one of the chairs poses a threat within the given arrangement of furniture, if the wheelchair is programmed to drive to the shelf; compare the less accurate conclusion at the topological level in the previous section. For the position of this chair, and if both the shelf and the passage is defined to be oriented upwards regarding the image plane, it holds that Dr (chair, schelf) and Dl (chair, passage). As a consequence, it is probable that the chair lies on the path between the passage and the shelf.

Of course, not every interval relation is pointisable, or else the interval logic would be tractable. The relation I1 {<, >}I2 , for example, cannot be expressed as a set of point relations on the interval endpoints. In the following section, it will become apparent that fundamental ideas which we have been discussed in the context of temporal reasoning are the same in spatial reasoning. 4 Spatial Calculi There exist a number of calculi for reasoning about space. These calculi can be classified regarding their degree of precision, with topology at one extreme and Euclidean geometry at the other.

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