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Motion Estimation Using a General Purpose Neural Network Simulator for Visual Attention

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Motion Estimation Using a General Purpose Neural Network Simulator for Visual Attention
Motion detection and estimation is a first step in the much larger framework of attending to visual motion based on Selective Tuning Model of Visual Attention [1]. In order to be able to detect and estimate complex motion in a hierarchical system it is necessary to use robust and efficient methods which encapsulate as much information as possible about the motion together with a measure of reliability of that information. One such method is the orientation tensor formalism which incorporates a confidence measure that propagates into subsequent processing steps. The tensor method is implemented in a neural network simulator which allows distributed processing and visualization of results. As output we obtain information about the moving objects from the scene.
Florentin Dorian Vintila, John K. Tsotsos
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Year 2007
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Authors Florentin Dorian Vintila, John K. Tsotsos
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