European Working Group on Qualitative Reasoning (WGQR)
within the framework of Specific Programme for Research and Technological Development in the Field of Information Technologies (ESPRIT). Ceased to exist.
Test the strengths and limitations of current standard representations for qualitative reasoning about processes; identify new paradigms to encourage new types of application. Issues: systems with distributed parameters; reasoning about time; spatial reasoning; qualitative conclusions from mathematical information; use of multiple models or views of a phenomenon; intelligent automation.Available with paid subscription only.
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