MuTACLP: A language for declarative GIS analysis. This paper proposes an integration between Geographical Information System (GIS) technology and constraint logic programming in order to supply the user with a declarative language that supports and improves GIS analysis. We present the language MUTACLP, where spatio-temporal and thematic information can be represented in a uniform way, and the features of constraint logic programming, such as recursion and constraint handling, can be exploited to perform sophisticated spatio-temporal reasoning. This unifying language seems also promising to address the key problem of interoperability among different GISs.

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  1. Ma, Qian; Duan, Zhenhua: Linear time-dependent constraints programming with MSVL (2014)
  2. Raffaetà, A.; Ceccarelli, T.; Centeno, D.; Giannotti, F.; Massolo, A.; Parent, C.; Renso, C.; Spaccapietra, S.; Turini, F.: An application of advanced spatio-temporal formalisms to behavioural ecology (2008) ioport
  3. Baldan, Paolo; Mancarella, Paolo; Raffaetà, Alessandra; Turini, Franco: MuTACLP: A language for temporal reasoning with multiple theories (2002)
  4. Mancarella, Paolo; Nerbini, Gianluca; Raffaetà, Alessandra; Turini, Franco: MuTACLP: A language for declarative GIS analysis (2000)