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ICIP
2006
IEEE
10 years 9 months ago
Foveated Analysis and Selection of Visual Fixations in Natural Scenes
The ability to automatically detect visually interesting regions in images has practical applications in the design of active machine vision systems. Analysis of the statistics of...
Umesh Rajashekar, Ian van der Linde, Alan C. Bovik...
ICIP
2005
IEEE
10 years 1 months ago
Natural contrast statistics and the selection of visual fixations
In this paper we address the problem of visual surveillance, which we define as the problem of optimally extracting information from the visual scene with a fixating, foveated ima...
Raghu G. Raj, Wilson S. Geisler, Robert A. Frazor,...
TIP
2008
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9 years 7 months ago
GAFFE: A Gaze-Attentive Fixation Finding Engine
Abstract-- The ability to automatically detect visually interesting regions in images has many practical applications, especially in the design of active machine vision and automat...
Umesh Rajashekar, Ian van der Linde, Alan C. Bovik...
NIPS
2001
9 years 9 months ago
Eye movements and the maturation of cortical orientation selectivity
Neural activity appears to be a crucial component for shaping the receptive fields of cortical simple cells into adjacent, oriented subregions alternately receiving ON- and OFF-ce...
Antonino Casile, Michele Rucci
CVPR
2005
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Statistical Cue Integration for Foveated Wide-Field Surveillance
Reliable detection of human activity is an unsolved problem. The main is that low resolution and the unconstrained nature of realistic environments and human behaviourmakeform cue...
Simon J. D. Prince, James H. Elder, Yuqian Hou, Mi...
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