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Cognitive developmental approach to human-like visual scene understanding
How we humans understand visual scenes so easily and quickly? It is very difficult to answer the question. However, human babies naturally aqcuire the ability to do it. Thus, imitating typical actions of human babies may be a promising approach to the aqcuisition of the ability of human-like visual scene understanding. For example, focusing salient regions that may be objects or something meaningful, modeling objects from the appearance, and obtaining/correcting additional information of objects from parents through interactions between babies and parents.
Based on the above discussions, we propose a new framework of human-like visual scene understanding composed of the following 6 procedures:
Automatic detection and learning of unregisterd objects based on visual attention model
"Cognitive developmental approach towards the realization of human-like visual scene understanding: Framework and core technologies",
IEEE Workshop on Computer vision for Humanoid Robots in Real Environments,
Kyoto, Japan, September 2009.
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