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Attentional Scene Segmentation: Integrating Depth and Motion

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Attentional Scene Segmentation: Integrating Depth and Motion
We present an approach to attention in active computer vision. The notion of attention plays an important role in biological vision. In recent years, and especially with the emerging interest in active vision, computer vision researchers have been increasingly concerned with attentional mechanisms as well, see [26, 30] for a few examples. The basic principles behind these efforts are greatly influenced by psychophysical research. That is the case also in the work presented here, which adapts to the model of Treisman [25], with an early parallel stage with preattentive cues followed by a later serial stage where the cues are integrated. The contributions in our approach are (i) the incorporation of depth information from stereopsis, (ii) the simple implementation of low level modules such as disparity and flow by local phase, and (iii) the cue integration along pursuit and saccade mode that allows us a proper target selection based on nearness and motion. We demonstrate the technique by...
Atsuto Maki, Peter Nordlund, Jan-Olof Eklundh
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Year 2000
Where CVIU
Authors Atsuto Maki, Peter Nordlund, Jan-Olof Eklundh
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