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“School of Cognitive Sciences”

Paper   IPM / Cognitive Sciences / 14357
   School of Cognitive Sciences
  Title: A Computational Approach towards Visual Object Recognition at Taxonomic Levels of Concepts
  Author(s):
1 . Z. Sadeghi
2 . B. Nadjar Araabi
3 . M. Nili Ahmadabadi
  Status: Published
  Journal: Computational Intelligence and Neuroscience
  Vol.: 2015
  Year: 2015
  Pages: 1-10
  Supported by: IPM
  Abstract:
It has been argued that concepts can be perceived at three main levels of abstraction. Generally, in a recognition system, object categories can be viewed at three levels of taxonomic hierarchy which are known as superordinate, basic, and subordinate levels. For instance, “horse” is a member of subordinate level which belongs to basic level of “animal” and superordinate level of “natural objects.” Our purpose in this study is to take an investigation into visual features at each taxonomic level. We first present a recognition tree which is more general in terms of inclusiveness with respect to visual representation of objects. Then we focus on visual feature definition, that is, how objects from the same conceptual category can be visually represented at each taxonomic level. For the first level we define global features based on frequency patterns to illustrate visual distinctions among artificial and natural. In contrast, our approach for the second level is based on shape descriptors which are defined by recruiting moment based representation. Finally, we show how conceptual knowledge can be utilized for visual feature definition in order to enhance recognition of subordinate categories.

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