Sketch Learning by Analogy

@inproceedings{Krumnack2013SketchLB,
  title={Sketch Learning by Analogy},
  author={Ulf Krumnack and Angela Schwering and Kai-Uwe K{\"u}hnberger and Helmar Gust and Ahmed M. H. Abdel-Fattah and Tarek R. Besold and Martin Schmidt and Stefan Schneider},
  booktitle={SHAPES},
  year={2013}
}
Sketches are shapes that represent objects, scenes, or ideas by depicting relevant parts and their spatial arrangements. While humans are quite e cient in understanding and using sketch drawings, those are largely inaccessible to computers. We argue that this is due to a specific shape based representation by humans and hence the use of cognitively inspired representation and reasoning techniques could lead to more proficient sketch processing. We also propose a three-level architecture for… CONTINUE READING

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