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.
Abstract / Bemerkung
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.
Erscheinungsjahr
2005
Titel des Konferenzbandes
KI 2005 Workshop on Mixed-reality as a Challenge to Image Understanding and Artificial Intelligence
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41-46
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2145231

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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, Paulus, D., and Droege, D. eds. 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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