How should depiction be represented and reasoned about?

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Abstract

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.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDagstuhl Seminar Proceedings
EditorsJ. Bateman, A. Cohn, J. Pustejovsky
PublisherLZI
StatePublished - 2010
EventSpatial Representation and Reasoning in Language: Ontologies and Logics of Space -
Duration: Mar 1 2010 → …

Conference

ConferenceSpatial Representation and Reasoning in Language: Ontologies and Logics of Space
Period3/1/10 → …

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