Spatial and Qualitative Aspects of Reasoning about Motion

Kenneth D. Forbus

Reasoning about motion is an important part of common sense knowledge. The spatial and qualitative aspects of reasoning about motion through free space are studied through the construction of a program to perform such reasoning. An analog geometry representation serves as a diagram, and descriptions of both the actual motion of a ball and envisioning are used in answering simple questions.

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