Multimodal Reasoning in Molecular Imagery

Janice Glasgow and Suzanne Fortier

Pattern recognition, model building, and image segmentation and interpretation are integral processes in the recovery of the three-dimensional structure of a protein model from experimentally derived data. The tools and techniques developed for computational imagery provide a multimodal framework for representing and reasoning with visual/spatial characteristics in this domain. This paper overviews the three distinct representations for computational imagery and describe their application to the problem of molecular scene analysis.


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