Reasoning about scene descriptions

@article{Dimanzo1986ReasoningAS,
  title={Reasoning about scene descriptions},
  author={M. Dimanzo and Giovanni Adorni and Fausto Giunchiglia},
  journal={Proceedings of the IEEE},
  year={1986},
  volume={74},
  pages={1013-1025}
}
When a scene is described by means of natural language sentences, many details are usually omitted, because they are not in the focus of the conversation. Moreover, natural language is not the best tool to define precisely positions and spatial relationships. The process of interpreting ambiguous statements and inferring missing details involves many types of knowledge, from linguistics to physics. This paper is mainly concerned with the problem of modeling the process of understanding… CONTINUE READING
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