Bernhard Lorenz:
Multi-Paradigm Spatial Information Processing.

PhD Thesis, Institute for Informatics, University of Munich, December 2006
In: Multi-Paradigm Spatial Information Processing, December 2006
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The Multi-Paradigm Location Language (MPLL) presented in this work aims at bridging the gap between quantitative and qualitative spatial models, representations, and processing techniques, in the sense of providing a means for humans to individually specify the way they understand space, and a means for machines to apply quantitative and qualitative methods to these specifications. It provides a framework which facilitates implementation of access to different services, which are specifically suited to perform special tasks, such as qualitative reasoning on spatial relations between different entities, or strictly geometrical computations.



	author = {Bernhard Lorenz},
	title = {Multi-Paradigm Spatial Information Processing},
	school = {Institute of Computer Science, LMU, Munich},
	year = {2006},
	note = {PhD Thesis, Institute for Informatics, University of Munich, December 2006},
	type = {{Dissertation/Ph.D. thesis}},
	url = {}

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