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Agents that have to solve navigational tasks need to consider aspects that go far beyond single-agent goal-directed deliberation: What an agent does in a specific situation often interferes with what other agents do at the same time. In order to avoid conflicts or even collisions, situations in space are governed by laws, rules, and agreements between the(More)
In many applications a reasonable representation of conceptual knowledge requires the possibility to express spatial or temporal relations between domain entities. A feasible approach to this is to consider spatial or temporal constraint systems on concrete domains. Indeed, Lutz andMiličì c (2007) showed that for the description logic ALC(C) with(More)
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