Interpreting a scene requires understanding how its visual properties and context yield evidence about the spatial and conceptual properties of what it depicts. Depiction is intimately tied to spatial language, since describing a scene linguistically, or imagining a scene described in language, involves connecting linguistic and spatial knowledge. We focus here on scenes described via sketching.
|Title of host publication||Dagstuhl Seminar Proceedings|
|Editors||J. Bateman, A. Cohn, J. Pustejovsky|
|State||Published - 2010|
|Event||Spatial Representation and Reasoning in Language: Ontologies and Logics of Space - |
Duration: Mar 1 2010 → …
|Conference||Spatial Representation and Reasoning in Language: Ontologies and Logics of Space|
|Period||3/1/10 → …|