Image Interpretation by Distributed Cooperative Processes

B. Draper, J. Brolio, Robert Collins, A. Hanson, and E. Riseman
IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, June, 1988, pp. 129-135.


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Abstract
The VISIONS schema system provides a framework for building a general interpretation system as a distributed network of many small special-purpose interpretation systems. Each scheme is an 'expert' at recognizing one type of object. A discussion is presented of the problems of knowledge representation in a distributed A1 environments and the scheme system approach to those problems. A series of interpretation experiments have been performed on nine images from two natural scene domains; results from three images are presented.

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Text Reference
B. Draper, J. Brolio, Robert Collins, A. Hanson, and E. Riseman, "Image Interpretation by Distributed Cooperative Processes," IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition, June, 1988, pp. 129-135.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Collins_1988_1940,
   author = "B. Draper and J. Brolio and Robert Collins and A. Hanson and E. Riseman",
   title = "Image Interpretation by Distributed Cooperative Processes",
   booktitle = "IEEE Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition",
   pages = "129-135",
   month = "June",
   year = "1988",
}