Eye Movements in Visual Cognition: A Computational Study

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Visual cognition depends critically on the moment-to-moment orientation of gaze. Gaze is changed by saccades, rapid eye movements that orient the fovea over targets of interest in a visual scene. Saccades are ballistic; a prespecified target location is computed prior to the movement and visual feedback is precluded. Once a target is fixated, gaze is… (More)

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@inproceedings{Rao1997EyeMI, title={Eye Movements in Visual Cognition: A Computational Study}, author={Rajesh P. N. Rao and Gregory J. Zelinsky and Mary M. Hayhoe and Dana H. Ballard}, year={1997} }