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Text and Vision Intelligence
Paper Code COMP700
EFTS 0.1250
Points 15.00
Level 7
Prescriptor
Language and vision are fundamental to human perception and cognition, yet there is relatively little understanding of how the two interact or operate together at a system level to aid learning and recognition. This paper covers fundamental and advanced aspects of language (especially text) and vision from an artificial intelligence perspective. The primary focus is on practical algorithms, tools and systems of text, vision intelligence, as well as their performance evaluation. Techniques of representing information in semi-formal languages such as Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) and free text are compared. The issues associated with representation and extraction of information encapsulated in textual and visual formats, such as the semantic unit perceived as an event, will be explored. Examples of text and visual modelling techniques such as probabilistic and vector models will be used to illustrate AI applications.
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The paper is available as part of the following qualifications.
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  AK3698   Graduate Diploma in Computer and Information Sciences   (GradDipCIS)
120.00
  AK3706   Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences   (BA BCIS)
510.00
  AK3697   Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences   (BCIS)
360.00
  AK3756   Graduate Certificate in Computer and Information Sciences   (GradCertCIS)
60.00
  AK3003   Bachelor of Business and Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences Conjoint   (BBus BCIS)
510.00
Timetable
2019Semester 2
Class Stream Starting Ending Day Time Room
COMP700/50  16-Jul-2019  15-Oct-2019  TUE  8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.  WG801  
    18-Jul-2019  17-Oct-2019  THU  4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.  WS221  
COMP700/51  16-Jul-2019  15-Oct-2019  TUE  8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.  WG801  
    17-Jul-2019  16-Oct-2019  WED  10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  WZ514  
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