Extended symbolic projections as a knowledge structure for spatial reasoning
In earlier work it has been demonstrated that symbolic projections can be used as a spatial knowledge structure. Here it will be shown how the basic language used in the symbolic projections can be extended. The motivation for this extension is the need for a means by which to perform spatial reasoning in, e.g. digitized images or maps.
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