Artificial Visual Percepts For Image Understanding

Jeewanee Bamunusinghe, Damminda Alahakoon
2010 Zenodo  
Visual inputs are one of the key sources from which humans perceive the environment and 'understand' what is happening. Artificial systems perceive the visual inputs as digital images. The images need to be processed and analysed. Within the human brain, processing of visual inputs and subsequent development of perception is one of its major functionalities. In this paper we present part of our research project, which aims at the development of an artificial model for visual perception (or
more » ... rstanding') based on the human perceptive and cognitive systems. We propose a new model for perception from visual inputs and a way of understaning or interpreting images using the model. We demonstrate the implementation and use of the model with a real image data set.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1080877 fatcat:t3yleye3xjgtzfh4jgj4clk4le