Space, time, matter and things

Abstract

I present a logical language for describing spatial, temporal and material properties of the physical world. The formalism is ontologically well-founded in the sense that it is interpreted with respect to model structures that have a specific physical interpretation in terms of the distribution of matter in space and time.

DOI: 10.1145/505168.505179

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@inproceedings{Bennett2001SpaceTM, title={Space, time, matter and things}, author={Brandon Bennett}, booktitle={FOIS}, year={2001} }