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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
In AI a large number of calculi for efficient reasoning about spatial and temporal entities have been developed. The most prominent temporal calculi are the point algebra of linear time and Allen's interval calculus. Examples of spatial calculi include mereotopological calculi, Frank's cardinal direction calculus, Freksa's double cross calculus, Egenhofer and Franzosa's intersection calculi, and Randell, Cui, and Cohn's region connection calculi. These calculi are designed for modeling specificdoi:10.1007/11556114_13 fatcat:7xuhplmsfbftbf7cxrcj6td6qe