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University of Minnesota Minneapolis, MN USA O OI , B ENG C HIN National University of Singapore Singapore O SBORNE , L EON F. Univerity of North Dakota Meridian Environmental Technology, Inc. Grand Forks, ND USA PARENT, C HRISTINE University of Lausanne Lausanne Switzerland PARTHASARATHY, S RINIVASAN The Ohio State University Columbus, OH USA PATIL , G ANAPATI P. K ELLEY Louisiana State University Baton Rouge, LA USA P ICK , JAMES B. N. University of Toronto Toronto, ONT Canada List of Contributors P OTTINGER , R ACHEL University of British Columbia Vancouver, BC Canada ROCHE , S TÉPHANE Laval University Québec, QC Canada P RABHAKAR , S UNIL Purdue University West Lafayette, IN USA ROTTENBACHER , C HRISTINE Technical University of Vienna Vienna Austria R ACICOT, A ARON Ecotrust Portland, OR USA RUAS , A NNE IGN-France Saint-Mandé France R AMAKRISHNAN , NAREN Virginia Tech Blacksburg, VA USA R ÖNSDORF, C ARSTEN Ordnance Survey Southampton UK R ASKIN , ROBERT California Institute of Technology Pasadena, CA USA S AADA , M OKHTAR University of Sherbrooke Sherbrooke, QC Canada R AUBAL , M ARTIN University of California Santa Barbara, CA USA S ALMENKIVI , M ARKO University of Helsinki Helsinki Finland R AVADA , S IVA Oracle Nashua, NH USA Š ALTENIS , S IMONAS Aalborg University Aalborg Denmark R AVISHANKAR , C HINYA V.

In the example it holds that (Z ∧min X)c(2,2) = no and (Z ∧max X)c(2,2) = po since (Zc(2,2) ) = po, (Zc(2,2) ) = po, po∧min po = no and po∧max po = po. Reasoning About Approximations 23 There are two approaches one can take to generalize the RCC5 classification from precise regions to approximations of regions. These two may be called the semantic and the syntactic. Semantic generalization. One can define the RCC5 relationship between approximations X and Y to be the set of relationships which occur between any pair of precise regions having the approximations X and Y.

In the example it holds that (Z ∧min X)c(2,2) = no and (Z ∧max X)c(2,2) = po since (Zc(2,2) ) = po, (Zc(2,2) ) = po, po∧min po = no and po∧max po = po. Reasoning About Approximations 23 There are two approaches one can take to generalize the RCC5 classification from precise regions to approximations of regions. These two may be called the semantic and the syntactic. Semantic generalization. One can define the RCC5 relationship between approximations X and Y to be the set of relationships which occur between any pair of precise regions having the approximations X and Y.

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