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A Cognitive Vision System can achieve the four levels of generic visual functionality:
and exhibits purposive goal-directed behaviour, is adaptive to unforseen changes, and can anticipate the occurrence of objects and events. This is achieved through:
- Understanding (role, context, purpose)
- Learning semantic knowledge (form, function, & behaviours)
- Retention of knowledge (about the cognitive system, its environment, and the relationship with the environment)
- Deliberation about objects and events, including the cognitive system itself.
To find out more, have a look at the following document ...
This article was written for a general technical audience to introduce them to the challenges and capabilities of
cognitive vision; some or all of it will appear in a forthcoming issue of the CORDIS magazine.
Cognitive Vision - The Development of a Discipline
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