GRAVA: An architecture supporting automatic context transitions and its application to robust computer vision. Conventional approaches to most image understanding problems suffer from fragility when applied to natural environments. Complexity in Intelligent Systems can be managed by breaking the world into manageable contexts. GRAVA supports robust performance by treating changes in the program’s environment as context changes. Automatically tracking changes in the environment and making corresponding changes in the running program allows the program to operate robustly. We describe the architecture and explain how it achieves robustness. GRAVA is a reflective architecture that supports self-adaptation and has been successfully applied to a number of visual interpretation domains.
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- Robertson, Paul; Laddaga, Robert: GRAVA: an architecture supporting automatic context transitions and its application to robust computer vision (2003) ioport
- Trias-Sanz, Roger; Loménie, Nicolas: Automatic bridge detection in high-resolution satellite images (2003)
- Robertson, Paul; Laddaga, Robert: A self-adaptive architecture and its application to robust face identification (2002)