A Study on how Humans Describe Relative Positions of Image Objects

@inproceedings{Wang2008ASO,
  title={A Study on how Humans Describe Relative Positions of Image Objects},
  author={Xin Wang and Pascal Matsakis and Lana Trick and Blair Nonnecke and Melanie A. Veltman},
  booktitle={SDH},
  year={2008}
}
Information describing the layout of objects in space is commonly conveyed through the use of linguistic terms denoting spatial relations that hold between the objects. Though progress has been made in the understanding and modelling of many individual relations, a better understanding of how human subjects use spatial relations together in natural language to is required. This paper outlines the design and completion of an experiment resulting in the collection of 1920 spoken descriptions from… CONTINUE READING

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