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E. Niebur, L. Itti, C. Koch, Controlling the Focus of Visual Selective Attention, In: Models of Neural Networks IV, (L. Van Hemmen, E. Domany, J. Cowan Ed.), Springer Verlag, Aug 2001. (Cited by 28)
Abstract: Selecting only a subset of the available sensory information before further detailed processing is crucial for efficient perception. In the visual modality, this selection is frequently implemented by suppressing information outside a spatially circumscribed region of the visual field, the so-called ``focus of attention.'' The model for the control of the focus of attention in primates presented here is based on a ``Saliency Map'' which is a topographic representation of the instantaneous saliency of the visual scene.
Themes: Model of Bottom-Up Saliency-Based Visual Attention, Computational Modeling, Computer Vision
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