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Answering Image Riddles using Vision and Reasoning through Probabilistic Soft Logic

@article{Aditya2016AnsweringIR,
  title={Answering Image Riddles using Vision and Reasoning through Probabilistic Soft Logic},
  author={Somak Aditya and Yezhou Yang and Chitta Baral and Yiannis Aloimonos},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2016},
  volume={abs/1611.05896}
}
In this work, we explore a genre of puzzles ("image riddles") which involves a set of images and a question. Answering these puzzles require both capabilities involving visual detection (including object, activity recognition) and, knowledge-based or commonsense reasoning. We compile a dataset of over 3k riddles where each riddle consists of 4 images and a groundtruth answer. The annotations are validated using crowd-sourced evaluation. We also define an automatic evaluation metric to track… 
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