Attentional Management for Multiple Target Tracking by a Binocular Vision Head

@inproceedings{Caetano2000AttentionalMF,
  title={Attentional Management for Multiple Target Tracking by a Binocular Vision Head},
  author={F{\'a}bio de Freitas Caetano and Jacques Waldmann},
  year={2000}
}
The development of an attention strategy for multiple target tracking and its integration with a binocular vision head is presented. Monocular motion-based segmentation yields image regions that are further clustered into targets. The emulation of a fovea significantly reduces the computational workload of target segmentation. Attentional management is based on assigning an interest value to each target. Its evaluation weighs binocular disparity, the number of detected moving pixels in a target… CONTINUE READING

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