Qualitative Spatial Reasoning for Rule Compliant Agent Navigation

Diedrich Wolter, Frank Dylla, Lutz Frommberger, Jan Oliver Wallgruen, Bernhard Nebel, Stefan Woelfl

Artificial agents participating in public traffic must respect rules that regulate traffic. Rule sets are commonly formulated in natural language using purely qualitative terms. We present a case study on how to realize rule compliant agent control in the domain of sea navigation by using qualitative spatial reasoning techniques.

Subjects: 3.5 Qualitative Reasoning

Submitted: Feb 9, 2007

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