Cooperative Spatial Reasoning for Image Understanding

@article{Matsuyama1997CooperativeSR,
  title={Cooperative Spatial Reasoning for Image Understanding},
  author={Takashi Matsuyama and Toshikazu Wada},
  journal={IJPRAI},
  year={1997},
  volume={11},
  pages={205-227}
}
Spatial Reasoning, reasoning about spatial information (i.e. shape and spatial relations), is a crucial function of image understanding and computer vision systems. This paper proposes a novel spatial reasoning scheme for image understanding and demonstrates its utility and effectiveness in two different systems: region segmentation and aerial image understanding systems. The scheme is designed based on a so-called Multi-Agent/Cooperative Distributed Problem Solving Paradigm, where a group of… CONTINUE READING

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