From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition

Wachsmuth S, Hanheide M, Wrede S, Bauckhage C (2005)
In: KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence. Paulus D, Droege D (Eds); 41-46.

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Paulus, D. ; Droege, D.
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Systems that perform in real environments need to bind the internal state to externally perceived objects, events, or complete scenes. How to learn this correspondence has been a long standing problem in computer vision as well as artificial intelligence. Augmented Reality provides an interesting perspective on this problem because a human user can directly relate displayed system results to real environments. In the following we present a system that is able to bootstrap internal models from user-system interactions. Starting from pictorial representations it learns symbolic object labels that provide the basis for storing observed episodes. In a second step, more complex relational information is extracted from stored episodes that enables the system to react on specific scene contexts.
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Wachsmuth S, Hanheide M, Wrede S, Bauckhage C. From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition. In: Paulus D, Droege D, eds. KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence. 2005: 41-46.
Wachsmuth, S., Hanheide, M., Wrede, S., & Bauckhage, C. (2005). From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition. In D. Paulus & D. Droege (Eds.), KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence (pp. 41-46).
Wachsmuth, S., Hanheide, M., Wrede, S., and Bauckhage, C. (2005). “From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition” in KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence, ed. D. Paulus and D. Droege 41-46.
Wachsmuth, S., et al., 2005. From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition. In D. Paulus & D. Droege, eds. KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence. pp. 41-46.
S. Wachsmuth, et al., “From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition”, KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence, D. Paulus and D. Droege, eds., 2005, pp.41-46.
Wachsmuth, S., Hanheide, M., Wrede, S., Bauckhage, C.: From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition. In: Paulus, D. and Droege, D. (eds.) KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence. p. 41-46. (2005).
Wachsmuth, Sven, Hanheide, Marc, Wrede, Sebastian, and Bauckhage, Christian. “From Images via Symbols to Contexts: Using Augmented Reality for Interactive Model Acquisition”. KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence. Ed. D. Paulus and D. Droege. 2005. 41-46.
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