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Development of a semantic graph-based scene description

By Hubert Grzybek and Stephen Gulliver

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Software representations of scenes, i.e. the modelling of objects in space, are used in many application domains. Current modelling and scene description standards focus on visualisation dimensions, and are intrinsically limited by their dependence upon their semantic interpretation and contextual application by humans. In this paper we propose the need for an open, extensible and semantically rich modelling language, which facilitates a machine-readable semantic structure. We critically review existing standards and techniques, and highlight a need for a semantically focussed scene description language. Based on this defined need we propose a preliminary solution, based on hypergraph theory, and reflect on application domains

Publisher: Fryske Akademy
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:centaur.reading.ac.uk:26277
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