A Representation of Relationships in Temporal Spaces

  title={A Representation of Relationships in Temporal Spaces},
  author={Christophe Claramunt and Bin Jiang},
Time is probably one of the most essential and paradoxical concepts that human beings face. Time is always present in our everyday life from the perception of events to the development of human thinking behaviours. However, time is still a difficult concept to describe and formalise as it has no obvious physical characteristics and properties. We can only establish a temporal statement from the observation or prevision of changes. The relationship between time and space is a consequence of the… CONTINUE READING
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