Ternary Point Configuration Calculus¶
Ternary Point Configuration Calculus (TPCC) deals with point-like objects in the 2D-plane. It is a application based variant of the Double Cross calculus, allowing finer distinctions of positional information than the calculi presented before.
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|||Introduction to the Ternary Point Configuration Calculus http://www.sfbtr8.spatial-cognition.de/project/r3/QualitativeCalculi/TPCC/index.html|