Proceedings PaperFuzziness In Approximate And Common-Sense Reasoning In Knowledge-Based Robotics Systems
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Fuzzy functions, a major key to inexact reasoning, are described as they are applied to the fuzzification of robot co-ordinate systems. Linguistic-variables, a means of labelling ranges in fuzzy sets, are used as computationally pragmatic means of representing spatialization metaphors, themselves an extraordinarily rich basis for understanding concepts in orientational terms. Complex plans may be abstracted and simplified in a system which promotes conceptual planning by means of the orientational representation.