[x3d-public] Search by 3d model

John Carlson yottzumm at gmail.com
Tue Jul 23 12:00:40 PDT 2019

As you may know, there is 2 rather ancient techniques, query by example and
query by demonstration.   I am adding “query by template” to that for
employee health records so that queries may be made without revealing
patient information.   Thus there is query by presentation (images, test
results), which are very important.   But I believe that query by content
is very important.   This is querying diagnostic or rule based systems,
cross-patient information.   There is also querying animation—is the
patient convulsing and unable to communicate.   Also querying actions of
the individual patient.   All search modalities required should be used.

Here’s a query example I would like to run: a1c normal, but reports numb
feet and hands—report causes.

I am not only considering query by template.

On Tue, Jul 23, 2019 at 2:48 AM Brutzman, Donald (Don) (CIV) <
brutzman at nps.edu> wrote:

> On 7/21/2019 4:04 PM, John Carlson wrote:
> > Can someone direct me to a “search by 3d model” engine which doesn’t
> require java in the browser?  Thanks
> 1. Here are all of the links previously reported on the list.  Updates and
> additions are welcome.
>         X3D Resources: Model Search
> https://www.web3d.org/x3d/content/examples/X3dResources.html#ModelSearch
> Please note that these links help people search for 3D models.  A number
> of the sites directly support X3D, and others are listed if they use
> formats that are easily converted to X3D.
> 2. Of further interest is that the X3D Semantic Web Working Group is
> making excellent progress in building ontology constructs and applying
> inference for deep queries both within and (eventually) across X3D models.
> We have had an excellent half-year of progress, and I expect intense
> capabilities to be available by next year's conference.  Many thanks to
> Jakub Flotynski, Athanasios Malamos, Leslie Sikos and Nicholas Polys for
> their years of progress that has come together into the current surge.
> We are discussing these capabilities in depth at Hotel Indigo in LA this
> coming weekend, first on Friday afternoon at the Web3D meetings and then
> over the weekend at Web3D 2019.
>         https://web3d2019.web3d.org/program-2
> All information on this group will continue to be released publicly.
> Thanks to everyone who is considering the opportunities.
> all the best, Don
> --
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