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Once places are constructed, often purely qualitative reasoning can be done on them, through spatial calculi (Cohn and Renz 2008).
Controlling the complexity of investment decisions using qualitative reasoning techniques.
of the 20th International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning, Hanover, New Hampshire, 2006.
from the type of application the qualitative reasoning group had in
Quantitative simulations are only employed if qualitative reasoning is insufficient.
Research suggests that qualitative reasoning about fractions is important.
Qualitative Reasoning workshops discuss research on automated understanding of the world derived from incomplete, imprecise, or uncertain data, realized as cognitive systems capable of knowledge-level interaction (with humans in the loop).
The 28th International Workshop on Qualitative Reasoning (QR-15) presented advances toward reasoning tractably with massive qualitative and quantitative models, automatically learning and reasoning about continuous processes, and representing knowledge about space, causation, and uncertainty.
In qualitative reasoning, many systems have been built that incorporate expert-level models for particular domains (Forbus 2011).
We have seen various approaches in past competitions including logic programming (Calimeri et al 2013), qualitative reasoning (Walega, Lechowski, and Zawidzki 2014), advanced simulations (Polceanu and Buche 2013), heuristics, (3) and machine-learning techniques.
She is a member of the Qualitative Reasoning Group and the Spatial Intelligence and Learning Center.
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