A theory of visual attention.


A unified theory of visual recognition and attentional selection is developed by integrating the biased-choice model for single-stimulus recognition (Luce, 1963; Shepard, 1957) with a choice model for selection from multielement displays (Bundesen, Pedersen, & Larsen, 1984) in a race model framework. Mathematically, the theory is tractable, and it specifies… (More)

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@article{Bundesen1990ATO, title={A theory of visual attention.}, author={Claus Bundesen}, journal={Psychological review}, year={1990}, volume={97 4}, pages={523-47} }