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Semantic Networks for Understanding Scenes

by Gerhard Sagerer

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Published by Springer US, Imprint, Springer in Boston, MA .
Written in English

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    The explosion in the use of digital imaging in recent years has made it necessary to develop computer languages that can efficiently translate photographic images into their digital analogues. This state-of-the-science guide presents the technical problems that need to be overcome in the development of this technology. The text proceeds from a review of the standard models and system architectures in use today to new systems under investigation. Chapters cover: segmentation knowledge representation languages criteria for judgment search and control algorithms explanation in a semantic network applications in medical and industrial contexts, as well as those involved in speech understanding. £/LIST£.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Gerhard Sagerer, Heinrich Niemann
    SeriesAdvances in Computer Vision and Machine Intelligence, Advances in computer vision and machine intelligence
    ContributionsNiemann, Heinrich
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.758
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] /
    Pagination1 online resource (XI, 500 pages).
    Number of Pages500
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27087023M
    ISBN 101489919139, 1489919155
    ISBN 109781489919137, 9781489919151
    OCLC/WorldCa859587358

    The Semantic Web is a new area of research and development in the field of computer science, which aims to make it easier for computers to process the huge amount of information on the Web, and indeed other large databases, by enabling computers not only to read, but also understand the by: 1. Computer Science; Published in VISIGRAPP ; DOI: / Indoor Scenes Understanding for Visual Prosthesis with Fully Convolutional Networks @inproceedings{SanchezGarciaIndoorSU, title={Indoor Scenes Understanding for Visual Prosthesis with Fully Convolutional Networks}, author={Melani Sanchez-Garcia and Ruben Martinez .

    Understanding contents of an image, or scene labeling, is an important yet very challenging problem in artificial intelligence and computer vision to improve road safety. Semantic labeling and object detection in road scenes are strongly correlated tasks.   Using a cognitive linguistics perspective, this book provides a comprehensive, theoretical analysis of the semantics of English prepositions. All English prepositions originally coded spatial relations between two physical entities; while retaining their original meaning, prepositions have also developed a rich set of non-spatial meanings. In this study, Tyler and Evans argue that all these.

    A semantic network or net is a graph structure for representing knowledge in patterns of interconnected nodes and arcs. Computer implementations of semantic networks were first developed for artificial intelligence and machine translation, but earlier versions have long File Size: KB. Scene understanding (semantic segmentation) In the previous recipe, we focused on one or two specific classes. However, in some cases, you'll want to segment all classes in an image to understand the complete scene.


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An outdoor scene "A bus is passing three cars which are parking between trees at the side of the road. Houses having two storeys are lined up at the street. 3 4 Introduction Figure An assembly scene There seems to be a small open place between the group of houses in the foreground and the store in.

Semantic networks for understanding scenes. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Sagerer, Gerhard. Semantic networks for understanding scenes. New York: Plenum Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Gerhard Sagerer.

Semantic Networks for Understanding Scenes. [Gerhard Sagerer; Heinrich Niemann] -- The explosion in the use of digital imaging in recent years has made it necessary to develop computer languages that can efficiently translate photographic images into their digital analogues.

In this paper, we introduce and analyze the ADE20K dataset, spanning diverse annotations of scenes, objects, parts of objects, and in some cases even parts of parts.

A generic network design called Cascade Segmentation Module is then proposed to enable the segmentation networks to parse a scene into stuff, objects, and object parts in a by:   Principles of Semantic Networks: Explorations in the Representation of Knowledge provides information pertinent to the theory and applications of semantic networks.

This book deals with issues in knowledge representation, which discusses theoretical topics independent of particular implementations. Organized into three parts encompassing 19 Book Edition: 1.

Real-time scene understanding has become crucial in many applications such as autonomous driving. In this pa- per, we propose a deep architecture, called BlitzNet, that jointly performs object detection and semantic segmenta- tion in one forward pass, allowing real-time Size: 2MB.

Two important features of semantic networks are the ideas of default (or typical) values and inheritance. Consider the following section of a semantic network: We can assign expected/default values of parameters (e.g. height, has nose) and inherit them from higher up the hierarchy. This is more efficient than listing all the details at each Size: 56KB.

Instance-level semantic segmentations are provided for region (living room, kitchen) and object (sofa, TV) categories. SUNCG: A Large 3D Model Repository for Indoor Scenes () [Link] The dataset contains over 45K different scenes with manually created realistic room and furniture layouts.

An important application of short text understanding is to calculate semantic similarity between short texts. In our previous research [1], semantic similarity has been proven to be much more preferable than surface similarity.

However, in- correct segmentation of short texts leads to incorrect semantic by: As a result of the large semantic gap between the low-level features and the high-level semantics, scene understanding is a challenging task for high satellite resolution images. What is semantic segmentation 1.

What is semantic segmentation. Idea: recognizing, understanding what's in the image in pixel level. A lot more difficult (Most of the traditional methods cannot tell different objects.) No worries, even the best ML researchers find it very challenging.

Output: regions with different (and limited number. Semantic segmentation has tremendous utility in the medical field to identify salient elements in medical scans. It is instrumental in detecting tumors. It is also valuable for finding the number of blockages in the cardiac arteries and veins.

Scene Understanding. Scene understanding algorithms use semantic segmentation to explain the concepts. Abstract: Deep networks have been used for semantic segmentation tasks on scenes of outdoor environments with increasing popularity.

However, the majority of existing work centers on daytime scenes with favorable illumination and weather conditions, and relies on Cited by: 1.

Inspired by human scene understanding based on object knowledge, we address the problem of scene classification by encouraging deep neural networks to incorporate object-level information.

This is implemented with a regularization of semantic by:   After that, the Cityscapes Dataset, which focuses on semantic understanding of urban street scenes, is used to train the network with the modified labels. Finally, we test the network and measure the performance.

With the same network (Deeplab V2), VGG Author: Peihan Hao, Sihan Chen, Jie Bai, Libo Huang, Xin Bi. Scene parsing, a.k.a. semantic segmentation, is a fundamental and challenging problem in computer vision, in which each pixel is assigned with a category label.

It is a key step towards visual scene understanding, and plays a crucial role in applications such as auto-driving and robot by: Scene understanding, in contrast to object recognition, attempts to analyze objects in context with respect to the 3D structure of the scene, its layout, and the spatial, functional, and semantic relationships between objects.

Our research in this area combines object detection/recognition with 3D reconstruction and spatial reasoning. A Review of Neural Network based Semantic Segmentation for Scene Understanding in Context of the self driving Car J. Niemeijer1, P.

Pekezou Fouopi 2, S. Knake-Langhorst, and E. Barth3 1 Medizinische Informatik, Universität zu Lübeck, [email protected] 2 German Aerospace Center, Braunschweig, {u,-Langhorst}@.

Pixel-wise semantic segmentation is an important step for visual scene understanding. It is a complex task requiring knowledge of support relationships and contextual information, as well as.

Abstract. Deep neural networks are an increasingly important technique for autonomous driving, especially as a visual perception component. Deployment in a real environment necessitates the explainability and inspectability of the algorithms controlling the by: 1.

Bayesian SegNet Model Uncertainty in Deep Convolutional Encoder-Decoder Architectures for Scene Understanding BoxSup Exploiting Bounding Boxes to Supervise Convolutional Networks for Semantic Segmentation ICCV (CRFasRNN) Conditional Random Fields as Recurrent Neural Networks.