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Frame-Based Representation of Lexical, Graphical, and Factual Knowledge for Text-to-Scene Generation

Bauer, Daniel; Coyne, Robert Eric; Rambow, Owen C.

We outline ongoing work on WordsEye, a text-to-scene generation system. While WordsEye (Coyne and Sproat, 2001) currently recognizes descriptions of simple spatial relations between objects, we are aiming to add support for complex actions, events and states-of-affairs. To this end we use frame-based representations for both asserted and terminological knowledge. The resulting scenes are static spatial arrangements of pre-existing 3D models.

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Academic Units
Computer Science
Center for Computational Learning Systems
Publisher
Concept Types and Frames in Language, Cognition, and Science (CTF), 2012
Published Here
August 2, 2013
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