By S. M. Achasova (auth.), Victor Malyshkin (eds.)
This booklet constitutes the court cases of the 3rd foreign convention on Parallel Computing applied sciences, PaCT '95, held in St. Petersburg, Russia in September 1995.
The quantity provides forty five revised complete papers chosen from a complete of ninety eight submissions, together with six invited shows. The court cases is prepared in elements on concept, software program, and structure, and purposes to large-scale difficulties. Parallel processing applied sciences are proven to be the touchstone of parallel theories, types, languages, and programming systems.
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A rough (qualitative) ordering of places into a 2Dd or 3D space by means of orientation relations (3D if a up-down order is added): this is important to someway reflect the idea of disposition of places and objects in space. Neither a grid nor a Cartesian reference system are necessarily exploited here, but the notion of disposition is traced back to the concept of order, and more precisely, to the projection of various orders on the place domains; A Hybrid Logic for Commonsense Spatial Reasoning 29 • the possibility of taking into account places of various types and size, representing different layers of abstraction by means of containment relations (a desk into a room, a room into a building).
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