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Click to download BibTeX data Clik to view abstract L. Itti, Eye movements during free viewing of natural videos, In: Computational and Systems Neuroscience (COSYNE), workshop on data sharing, Salk Lake City, Utah, Mar 2008. (Cited by 2)

Abstract: There is growing interest in the neuroscience community to understand how humans and other animals interact with the complexities of the real world. Departing from conventional laboratory experiments based on simple, well-controlled and contrived stimulus response paradigms, natural stimuli require more sophisticated data analysis techniques and computational models to interpret the data. There is a pressing need to develop such techniques and models, as many of the most interesting questions about human and animal vision, cognition, and goal-directed behavior can only be studied with complex natural stimuli. We believe that a key enabler/catalyst to the development of further analysis tools and computational models is to make existing data widely available. I will describe our NSF-facilitated free, unrestricted sharing of a body of human eye-tracking data traces obtained while normal volunteers inspected complex video stimuli (TV programs, outdoors videos, video games).

Themes: Model of Top-Down Attentional Modulation, Computational Modeling, Human Psychophysics


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