The Spatial Reasoning Group at Oxford studies problems whose solution is highly dependent on the exact shape of objects. Examples of spatial reasoning problems include:
- Collision detection (telling whether two simulated objects occupy the same space at the same time)
- Path planning (working out how to move objects whilst avoiding collisions)
- Wire-loom design
- Putting together a jig-saw
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Basic Strategies for Molecular Docking with Scoring Functions
Gwyn Skone‚ Stephen Cameron and Irina Voiculescu
In German Conference on Bioinformatics. September, 2008.
Stratagems for Effective Function Evaluation in Computational Chemistry
PhD Thesis 2010.