Applying Soft Computing in Defining Spatial Relations

Azriel Rosenfeld

page v

Pascal Matsakis and Les Sztandera
pp. vii-viii

Fuzzifying Spatial Relations 
Hans W. Guesgen
pp. 1-16

Path Composition of Positional Relations Integrating Qualitative and Fuzzy Knowledge 
Eliseo Clementini
pp. 17-40

Spatial Relations Based on Dominance of Fuzzy Sets 
Les Sztandera
pp. 41-62

Mathematical Morphology and Spatial Relationships: Quantitative, Semi-Quantitative and Symbolic Settings 
Isabelle Bloch
pp. 63-98

Understanding the Spatial Organization of Image Regions by Means of Force Histograms: A Guided Tour 
Pascal Matsakis
pp. 99-122

Fuzzy Spatial Relationships and Mobile Agent Technology in Geospatial Information Systems
Frederick E. Petry, Maria A. Cobb, Dia Ali, Rafal Angryk, Marcin Paprzycki, Shahram Rahimi, Lixiong Wen, Huiqing Yang
pp. 123-156

Using Fuzzy Spatial Relations to Control Movement Behavior of Mobile Objects in Spatially Explicit Ecological Models 
Vincent B. Robinson
pp. 157-178

A Fuzzy Set Model of Approximate Linguistic Terms in Descriptions of Binary Topological Relations Between Simple Regions 
Benjamin F. Zhan
pp. 179-202