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The problem of deriving spatial relationships between objects in general requires high lever' abstract representation, and it would pose difficulties even for human observer. Based on a formalism for spatial layouts proposed earlier, we present methods for deducing spatial relations between objects by an active, sighted agent in a large-scale environment. The deduction of spatial relations is based on simple visual clues, and thus this technique is more feasible than schemes that rely on complex object recognition.
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