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 So why all this effort? So why all this effort?
  
-  * Action recognition:​ If you have observed a sequence of actions, the objects and the locations they are put to, you can automatically (i.e. without writing any code for this, just using a DL reasoner) determine if these actions are a valid instance of a given task specification. The qualitative location descriptions are generated on-the-fly using [[Tutorial:​_Computables| computables]],​ and if everything matches the description,​ you will get a positive result.+  * Action recognition:​ If you have observed a sequence of actions, the objects and the locations they are put to, you can automatically (i.e. without writing any code for this, just using a DL reasoner) determine if these actions are a valid instance of a given task specification. The qualitative location descriptions are generated on-the-fly using [[doc/​reasoning_using_computables| computables]],​ and if everything matches the description,​ you will get a positive result.
  
   * Action verification:​ If the action does not 100% fit, you can check all sub-events and see which one differs.   * Action verification:​ If the action does not 100% fit, you can check all sub-events and see which one differs.