From image sequences to natural language: a First step toward automatic perception and description of motions

@article{Schirra1987FromIS,
  title={From image sequences to natural language: a First step toward automatic perception and description of motions},
  author={J{\"o}rg R. J. Schirra and Guido Bosch and C.-K. Sung and Georg Zimmermann},
  journal={Applied Artificial Intelligence},
  year={1987},
  volume={1},
  pages={287-305}
}
The problem of automatic description of a natural scene is usually divided into two steps: (1) constructing an abstract propositional description of the scene a task carried out by a vision system, and (2) expressing these abstract descriptions in natural language – a task carried out by a naturallanguagesystem. Both of these tasks have been dealt with separately. Systems like MORIO try to solve the first step while others, like HAM-ANS or NAOS deal with the second, using simulated data of the… CONTINUE READING

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