The spatio-temporal semantics from a perdurantism perspective

@inproceedings{Harbelot2013TheSS,
  title={The spatio-temporal semantics from a perdurantism perspective},
  author={Benjamin Harbelot and Helbert Arenas and Christophe Cruz},
  year={2013}
}
In this paper we present the “continuum model”. Our work follows a “perdurantism” approach and is designed to handle dynamic phenomena extending the 4D-fluent with the use of semantic web technologies. In our approach we represent dynamic entities as constituted by time slices each with semantic, geometric and temporal components. Our model is able to link the diverse representations of an entity and allows the inference of qualitative information from quantitative one. The inference results… CONTINUE READING

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