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By Hans W. Guesgen (auth.), Prof. Pascal Matsakis, Prof. Les M. Sztandera (eds.)

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Geometric houses and kin play imperative roles within the description and processing of spatial info. The homes and family studied through mathematicians often have particular definitions, yet verbal descriptions usually contain imprecisely outlined innovations resembling elongatedness or proximity. The equipment utilized in gentle computing supply a framework for formulating and manipulating such innovations. This quantity includes 8 papers at the tender definition and manipulation of spatial family and provides a entire precis at the subject.

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The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 1960. Path Composition of Positional Relations 39 18. M. L. Mavrovouniotis and G. Stephanopoulos. Formal order-of-magnitude reasoning in process engineering. Computer Chemical Engineering, 12:867-880, 1988. 19. -J. Zimmermann. Fuzzy set theory and its applications. Kluwer, Dordrecht, 1992. 20. Kai Zimmermann. Enhancing qualitative spatial reasoning-combining orientation and distance. In Andrew U. Frank and Irene Campari, editors, Spatial Information Theory. A Theoretical Basis for GIS.

There are coarser levels and finer levels, each level being independent of the others and characterized by partitioning the configuration space in smaller classes when granularity increases. Positional information is knowledge made up of orientation and distance relations, which depending on scale can be egocentric (centered on observer), allocentric (relative to distinguished reference structures), or geocentric (relative to coordinated system of reference frames) [12]. Other factors on which both orientation and distance might depend, like the objects' sizes, the scale and the point of view, suggest that it is not enough to express them in terms of isolated relations.

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