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Visual Attention

VA,Visual Attention,visual attentions,visualizing attention,Visual Attentional,visual attentive,visually attentive,visual attent,visualization attenti

Visual Attention - VA
Publications: 5,333| Citation Count: 89,691
Stemming Variations: visual attentions, visualizing attention, Visual Attentional, visual attentive, visually attentive
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    • Visual attention is a mechanism by which observers select relevant or important information from the current visual array. Previous investigations have focused primarily on the ability to select a region of space for further visual analysis. These studies have revealed a distributed frontoparietal circuit that is responsible for the control of spatial attention. However, vision must ultimately represent objects and in real scenes objects often overlap spatially; thus attention must be capable of selecting objects and their properties nonspatially...

    John T. Serenceset al. Control of Object-based Attention in Human Cortex

    • Visual attention is a multi-faceted phenomenon, playing different roles in different situations and for different processing mechanisms. Regardless, attention is a mechanism that optimizes the search processes inherent in vision. This perspective leads to a sound theoretical foundation for studies of attention in both machine and in the brain. The development of this foundation and the many ways in which attentive processes manifest themselves will be overviewed. One particular example of a practical robotic vision system that employs some of these attentive processes will be described...

    John K. Tsotsoset al. Attention and Visual Search: Active Robotic Vision Systems that Search

    • Visual attention is the ability of a vision system, be it biological or artificial, to rapidly detect potentially relevant parts of a visual scene, on which higher level vision tasks, such as object recognition, can focus. The saliency-based model of visual attention represents one of the main attempts to simulate this visual mechanism on computers...

    Timothée Jostet al. Assessing the contribution of color in visual attention

    • Visual attention is the ability of the human vision system to detect salient parts of the scene, on which higher vision tasks, such as recognition, can focus. In human vision, it is believed that visual attention is intimately linked to the eye movements and that the fixation points correspond to the location of the salient scene parts...

    Nabil Ouerhaniet al. Empirical Validation of the Saliency-based Model of Visual Attention

    • Visual attention is the ability to rapidly detect the visually salient parts of a given scene. Inspired by biological vision, the saliency-based algorithm efficiently models the visual attention process. Due to its complexity, the saliency-based model of visual attention needs, for a real time implementation, higher computation resources than available in conventional processors. This work reports a real time implementation of this attention model on a highly parallel Single Instruction Multiple Data (SIMD) architecture called ProtoEye...

    Nabil Ouerhaniet al. A Real Time Implementation of the Saliency-Based Model of Visual Atten...

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