Directing Attention to Onset and Offset of Image Events for Eye-Head Movement Control

@inproceedings{2004DirectingAT,
  title={Directing Attention to Onset and Offset of Image Events for Eye-Head Movement Control},
  author={E .},
  year={2004}
}
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  • Published 2004
This paper proposes a model that investigates a new avenue for attention control based o n dynamic scenes. W e have derived a computational model t o detect abrupt changes and have examined how the most prominent change can be determined. W i t h such a model, we explore the possibility of a n attentional mechanism, in part guided b y abrupt changes, f o r gaze control. The computational model is derived f rom the difference of Gaussian (DOG) model and it examines the change in the response of… CONTINUE READING

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