Modelling spatial reasoning systems with shape algebras and formal logic

@article{Chase1997ModellingSR,
  title={Modelling spatial reasoning systems with shape algebras and formal logic},
  author={Scott C. Chase},
  journal={AI EDAM},
  year={1997},
  volume={11},
  pages={273-285}
}
The combination of the paradigms of shape algebras and predicate logic representations, used in a new method for describing designs, is presented. First-order predicate logic provides a natural, intuitive way of representing shapes and spatial relations in the development of complete computer systems for reasoning about designs. Shape algebraic formalisms have advantages over more traditional representations of geometric objects. Here we illustrate the definition of a large set of high-level… CONTINUE READING
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