The paper describes an object recognition system, based on the co-operation of several visual modules (early vision, object detector, and object recognizer). The system is active because the behavior of each module is tuned on the results given by other modules and by the internal models. This solution allows to detect inconsistencies and to generate a feedback process. The proposed strategy has shown good performance especially in case of complex scene analysis, and it has been included in the visual system of the DAISY robotics system. Experimental results on real data are also reported.

Chella, A., Di Gesù, V., Infantino, I., Intravaia, D., Valenti, C. (1999). A cooperating strategy for objects recognition. In Shape, Contour and Grouping in Computer Vision (pp. 264-275). Springer Verlag [10.1007/3-540-46805-6_16].

A cooperating strategy for objects recognition

CHELLA, Antonio;DI GESU', Vito;INFANTINO, Ignazio;VALENTI, Cesare Fabio
1999

Abstract

The paper describes an object recognition system, based on the co-operation of several visual modules (early vision, object detector, and object recognizer). The system is active because the behavior of each module is tuned on the results given by other modules and by the internal models. This solution allows to detect inconsistencies and to generate a feedback process. The proposed strategy has shown good performance especially in case of complex scene analysis, and it has been included in the visual system of the DAISY robotics system. Experimental results on real data are also reported.
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http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007%2F3-540-46805-6_16
Chella, A., Di Gesù, V., Infantino, I., Intravaia, D., Valenti, C. (1999). A cooperating strategy for objects recognition. In Shape, Contour and Grouping in Computer Vision (pp. 264-275). Springer Verlag [10.1007/3-540-46805-6_16].
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