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A computer vision model for visual-object-based attention and eye movements

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A computer vision model for visual-object-based attention and eye movements
This paper presents a new computational framework for modelling visual-object based attention and attention-driven eye movements within an integrated system in a biologically inspired approach. Attention operates at multiple levels of visual selection by space, feature, object and group depending on the nature of targets and visual tasks. Attentional shifts and gaze shifts are constructed upon their common process circuits and control mechanisms but also separated from their different function roles, working together to fulfil flexible visual selection tasks in complicated visual environments. The framework integrates the important aspects of human visual attention and eye movements resulting in sophisticated performance in complicated natural scenes. The proposed approach aims at exploring a useful visual selection system for computer vision, especially for usage in cluttered natural visual environments. Key words: Visual-object based competition, space-based attention, object-based ...
Yaoru Sun, Robert B. Fisher, Fang Wang, Herman Mar
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where CVIU
Authors Yaoru Sun, Robert B. Fisher, Fang Wang, Herman Martins Gomes
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