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Hierarchical Annotation Tool

Martin Hoch

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When Apr 21, 2008
from 03:00 pm to 03:45 pm
Where Sem 183/2
Contact Name Martin Kampel
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Martin Hoch

(Praktikumsendbericht und Diplomarabeitsspezifikation)

Segmentation algorithm partitions an image into homogeneous regions with
respect to some low level cues (e.g. color). A hierarchical segmentation
method produces not only a single segmentation but many, with each being
coarser than the previous one. The presented annotation tool enables a human
user to read the segmentation produced by a hierarchical segmentation method
and label the regions that together form meaningful objects (human, car,
house) by also allowing a hierarchical labeling of the parts that make up
the objects (head, torso, arms, legs, etc.).

Start of diploma thesis: Labeling regions using structure and hierarchical segmentation

Within the diploma thesis the hierarchical annotation tool shall be
extended. Based on previous segmentations and labeling of the parts, the
tool should automatically label known objects and their parts in a new
segmentation. The novelty is the operation on hierarchical segmentations and
hierarchical part descriptions (labelings) to perform labeling of the
different parts of the objects in a way consistent with the model.
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