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Towards Ontology Based Cognitive Vision

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Towards Ontology Based Cognitive Vision
This paper details a visual concept ontology driven knowledge acquisition methodology. We propose to use a visual concept ontology to guide experts in the visual description of the objects of their domain (e.g. pollen grain). The proposed knowledge acquisition process results in a knowledge base which can be used by a knowledge based vision system. An important benefit of our approach is that the knowledge acquisition process guided by the ontology leads to a knowledge base close to lowlevel vision. A visual concept ontology and a dedicated knowledge acquisition tool have been developed and are presented. We propose a generic methodology that is not linked to any application domain. An example shows how the knowledge acquisition model can be applied to the description of pollen grain images.
Nicolas Maillot, Monique Thonnat, Alain Boucher
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICVS
Authors Nicolas Maillot, Monique Thonnat, Alain Boucher
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