A Qualitative Acceleration Model Based on Intervals

Ester MARTINEZ-MARTIN, Maria TERESA ESCRIG, Angel P. DEL POBIL

Abstract


On the way to autonomous service robots, spatial reasoning plays a main role since it properly deals with problems involving uncertainty. In particular, we are interested in knowing people's pose to avoid collisions. With that aim, in this paper, we present a qualitative acceleration model for robotic applications including representation, reasoning and a practical application.

Keywords


Model-based reasoning; Qualitative reasoning; Spatial reasoning

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14201/ADCAIJ2013251723





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