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Adaptive local context suppression of multiple cues for salient visual attention detection

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Adaptive local context suppression of multiple cues for salient visual attention detection
Visual attention is obtained through determination of contrasts of low level features or attention cues like intensity, color etc. We propose a new texture attention cue that is shown to be more effective for images where the salient object regions and background have similar visual characteristics. Current visual attention models do not consider local contextual information to highlight attention regions. We also propose a feature combination strategy by suppressing saliency based on context information that is effective in determining the true attention region. We compare our approach with other visual attention models using a novel Average Discrimination Ratio measure.
Yiqun Hu, Deepu Rajan, Liang-Tien Chia
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where ICMCS
Authors Yiqun Hu, Deepu Rajan, Liang-Tien Chia
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