A Fuzzy Rule-Based Approach to Scene Description Involving Spatial Relationships

@article{Keller2000AFR,
  title={A Fuzzy Rule-Based Approach to Scene Description Involving Spatial Relationships},
  author={James M. Keller and Xiaomei Wang},
  journal={Computer Vision and Image Understanding},
  year={2000},
  volume={80},
  pages={21-41}
}
Automated scene description is a very important part of, but also a very hard task in, high-level computer vision. Today, scene description is being applied in real problems such as robotic navigation. In this paper, we present a fuzzy rulebased approach that accomplishes the task of automated linguistic scene description. Membership functions for spatial relations between different components in the scene are evaluated, guided by a spatial relationship matrix that describes typical scene… CONTINUE READING
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