Learning Spatial Relations Using an Inductive Logic Programming System
AbstractThe ability to learn spatial relations is a prerequisite for performing many relevant tasks such as those associated with motion, orientation, navigation, etc. This paper reports on using an Inductive Logic Programmming (ILP) system for learning function-free Horn-clause descriptions of spatial knowledge. Its main contribution, however, is to show that an existing relation between two reference systems --- the speaker-relative and the absolute --- can be automatically learned by an ILP system, given the proper background knowledge and positive examples.
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Nicoletti, M. do C., & Brennan, J. (2012). Learning Spatial Relations Using an Inductive Logic Programming System. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 21(1), 17–36. Retrieved from https://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/506