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Developmental Changes in Children's Processing of Redundant Modifiers in Definite Object Descriptions

Ruud Koolen, Emiel Krahmer, Marc Swerts
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
This paper investigates developmental changes in children's processing of redundant information in definite object descriptions.  ...  After the description, the children had to indicate the sweet they preferred most in a forced-choice task.  ...  Gerardus Primary School in Deurne and Mgr. Zwijssen Primary School in Kerkdriel (both located in the Netherlands).  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01900 pmid:27994569 pmcid:PMC5136548 fatcat:ch4fcld25bebpae3lgn6mbrqvu

Obj2Text: Generating Visually Descriptive Language from Object Layouts

Xuwang Yin, Vicente Ordonez
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 Conference on Empirical Methods in Natural Language Processing  
We test our approach in a task of object-layout captioning by using only object annotations as inputs.  ...  We show that our model, despite encoding object layouts as a sequence, can represent spatial relationships between objects, and generate descriptions that are globally coherent and semantically relevant  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported in part by an NVIDIA Hardware Grant. We are also thankful for the feedback from Mark Yatskar and anonymous reviewers of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/d17-1017 dblp:conf/emnlp/YinO17 fatcat:63fexvdnrbfbdhj5h4fdejogfi

An Image Content Description Technique for the Inspection of Specular Objects

Y. Caulier, S. Bourennane
2008 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
Recommended by Satya Dharanipragada This paper proposed an image content description method within the context of specular surface inspection.  ...  Three top-down and one bottom-up approaches are evaluated for retrieving the most appropriate feature sets in terms of highest classification rates.  ...  In general, specular objects are more difficult to inspect than matt objects.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/195263 fatcat:okeak5nznbh43ibt35ppghatzu

Local Visual Feature Detection and Description for Non-Rigid 3D Objects

Kaiman Zeng, Nansong Wu, Lu Wang, Kang K. Yen
2016 Advances In Image and Video Processing  
Feature extraction is an essential step in various image processing and computer vision tasks, such as object recognition, image retrieval, 3D construction, virtual reality, and so on.  ...  In this paper, we explored and investigated the effectiveness of different combinations of promising local feature detectors and descriptors for non-rigid 3D objects.  ...  It was unclear which feature detection and description methods are best suitable for nonrigid 3D objects.  ... 
doi:10.14738/aivp.42.1960 fatcat:rq7d4oueizhydnlcuahvs2vjhi

Angular map-driven snakes with application to object shape description in color images

A. Dumitras, A.N. Venetsanopoulos
2001 IEEE Transactions on Image Processing  
We propose a method for shape description of objects in color images.  ...  Experimental results show, not only that the resulting object shape descriptions are accurate and quite similar, but also that our method is computationally efficient and flexible.  ...  Despite being generally simple, color space transforms are computationally expensive and increase the processing time that is associated to the description of the object shape [13] .  ... 
doi:10.1109/83.974570 pmid:18255525 fatcat:nkr36va6svgzjc7b4g3z32hrdm

Multiple Moving Object Detection for Fast Video Content Description in Compressed Domain

Francesca Manerba, Jenny Benois-Pineau, Riccardo Leonardi, Boris Mansencal
2007 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
This approach, which we refer to as "rough indexing," consists in processing P-frame motion information first, and then in performing I-frame color segmentation.  ...  Since we can assume that the most relevant one is linked to the presence of moving foreground objects, their number, their shape, and their appearance can constitute a good mean for content description  ...  However, in both cases, object-based coding or description, the creation of such object-based information for indexing multimedia content is out of the scope of the standard and is left to the content  ... 
doi:10.1155/2008/231930 fatcat:gnlfafuwurdwhgvg3bvy6jo7wq

Access Control to Objects and their Description in the Future Network of Information

Eric Renault, Ahmad Ahmad, Mohamed Abid
2010 Journal of Information Processing Systems  
In this paper, we propose a security solution for a model of information based on a semantic description and search of objects.  ...  The proposed solution takes into account both the access and the management of both objects and their descriptions.  ...  In this case, the Bit-level Object can be a process the user can use to access the associated non-digital object.  ... 
doi:10.3745/jips.2010.6.3.359 fatcat:yedtg6yrgvhlzieow4by4ts3n4

An Image Description for Object Definition, Based on Extremal Regions in the Stack [chapter]

Stephen M. Pizer, Jan J. Koenderink, Lawrence M. Lifshitz, Leendert Helmink, Antonie D. J. Kaasjager
1986 Information Processing in Medical Imaging  
The rrsults of such a matching process is the labeling of objects in the image dc~criptiPn or the rcorr,anization of the description tree to combine subobjects into FIGURE 7.  ...  The program links pixels in each level of the stack to pixela in the level above them. During this process it also creates nodes in the intermediate description tree.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-009-4261-5_3 fatcat:2qt56tzqmvg7tbuppfaj4obqu4

Cue and Sensor Fusion for Independent Moving Objects Detection and Description in Driving Scenes [chapter]

Nikolay Chumerin, Marc M. Van Hulle
2008 Signal Processing Techniques for Knowledge Extraction and Information Fusion  
In this study we present an approach to detecting, describing and tracking independently moving objects (IMOs) in stereo video sequences acquired by on-board cameras on a moving vehicle.  ...  In the case of a successful matching, the descriptions of the IMOs (distance, relative speed and acceleration) are provided by ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control) LIDAR sensor, or otherwise these descriptions  ...  This method is based on the processing and subsequent fusing of two cooperative streams: the independent motion detection stream and the object recognition stream.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-74367-7_9 fatcat:bepn25dcsfbmrl7r4kzzuntc6m

Automatic description of object appearances in a wide-area surveillance scenario

Luis F. Teixeira, Pedro Carvalho, Jaime S. Cardoso, Luis Corte-Real
2012 2012 19th IEEE International Conference on Image Processing  
In this paper we present a complete system for object tracking over multiple uncalibrated cameras with or without overlapping fields of view.  ...  The system can globally recognise objects and minimise common tracking problems such as track drift or split. The output is a timeline representing the objects present in a given multicamera scene.  ...  The main steps involved in the process are: (1) obtain the location of potential objects using an object segmentation algorithm, (2) filter the objects of interest and track each object using a single-view  ... 
doi:10.1109/icip.2012.6467183 dblp:conf/icip/TeixeiraCCC12 fatcat:gur3bapeczcollu42jr4fitium

Categorization of object descriptions in Alzheimer's disease and frontotemporal dementia: Limitation in rule-based processing

2003 Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience  
We examined the categorization of object descriptions, where semantic category membership judgments were based on rule-based or similarity-based categorization processes.  ...  These findings suggest that semantic memory difficulty in AD is due in part to a deficit in executive processes that are central to rule-based categorization in semantic memory.  ...  which object descriptions are embedded.  ... 
doi:10.3758/cabn.3.2.120 pmid:12943327 fatcat:izn6lldfw5c5xd4i4sjrqwc264

Representation of 3D and 4D Objects Based on an Associated Curved Space and a General Coordinate Transformation Invariant Description

Eric Paquet
2006 EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing  
The statistical representation allows a compact description of the object while the abstract graph allows describing the relations in between the parts as well as the structure.  ...  Recommended by Petros Daras This paper presents a new theoretical approach for the description of multidimensional objects for which 3D and 4D are particular cases.  ...  CONTENT-BASED DESCRIPTION OF 3D AND 4D OBJECTS An important challenge in content-based description is to find a representation which is invariant under arbitrary coordinate transformations.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2007/42505 fatcat:pqsvkldpdfefdijvcxr5juwhi4

The importance of context and semantic descriptions in object recognition: Studies in computer vision and human vision

Selim Aksoy, Huseyin Boyaci, Didem Gokcay
2008 2008 IEEE 16th Signal Processing, Communication and Applications Conference  
Object recognition and scene classification are among the main interests in computer vision which have been investigated for long.  ...  In this article, we present a survey on contextual and semantic approaches for object recognition by reviewing both computer vision and human vision literatures 978-1-4244-1999-9/08/$25.00 ©2008 IEEE 1  ...  Object recognition and scene classification are among the main interests in computer vision which have been investigated for long.  ... 
doi:10.1109/siu.2008.4632760 fatcat:jtq3hfw3ira3zcd3mchfvbnj2q

Shared space, separate processes: Neural activation patterns for auditory description and visual object naming in healthy adults

Marla J. Hamberger, Christian G. Habeck, Spiro P. Pantazatos, Alicia C. Williams, Joy Hirsch
2013 Human Brain Mapping  
sites in anterior temporal cortex are critical for description naming, whereas posterior temporal regions mediate both visual object naming and description naming.  ...  Results suggest a common neural substrate, yet differentiable neural processes underlying visual naming and description naming in neurologically intact individuals.  ...  role in these processes for description naming, but not visual naming.  ... 
doi:10.1002/hbm.22345 pmid:23918095 pmcid:PMC4091775 fatcat:iqkfmgu4tzb7pi26akaymvydpm

Practical description of the process called the Daguerreotype, which consists in the spontaneous reproduction of the images of natural objects, in the Camera Obscura, not with their colours, but with great delicacy in the gradation of the tints

Daguerre, J. Blickensderfer
1839 Journal of the Franklin Institute  
The process is divided into five operations. The first consists in polishing and cleaning the plat% so as to render it fit for receiving the sensitive coating. The second, in applying this coating.  ...  This operation may, in tlae description, appear difi%ult, but with a little practice, we are able to judge very nearly the time necessary for the attaining the yellow colour, as also to examine the plate  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0016-0032(39)91477-8 fatcat:kovu7htvdvhfdd2xk7xkknu42e
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