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Human Visual System

HVS,Human Visual System,human visual systems

Human Visual System - HVS
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    • The Human Visual System (HVS) is a key part of the rendering pipeline. The human eye is only capable of sensing image detail in a 2 foveal region, relying on rapid eye movements, or saccades, to jump between points of interest...

    Jasminka Hasicet al. Visual Attention for Significantly Influencing the Perception of Virtu...

    • The human visual system is a signal processing system with extremely high performance. Information about our natural environment is extracted from the enormous quantity of visual information. A general vision system is considered to be able to process visual sensory information to interpret the physical surrounding. The human visual system is a very well adapted example of a general vision system...

    Jan-Mark Geusebroeket al. Invariant Representations for Content Based Image Retrieval

    • The human visual system is a highly interconnected machinery that acquires its stability through integration of information across modalities and time frames. This integration becomes possible by utilizing regularities in visual data, most importantly motion (especially rigid body motion) and statistical regularities reflected in Gestalt principles such as collinearity...

    Norbert Krügeret al. Extraction of Object Representations from Stereo Image Sequences Utili...

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