Gaze shift behavior on video as composite information foraging

  title={Gaze shift behavior on video as composite information foraging},
  author={Giuseppe Boccignone and Mario Ferraro},
  journal={Sig. Proc.: Image Comm.},
The ability to predict, given an image or a video, where a human might fixate elements of a viewed scene has long been of interest in the vision community. However, one point that is not addressed by the great majority of computational models is the variability exhibited by different observers when viewing the same scene, or even by the same subject along different trials. Here we present a model of gaze shift behavior which is driven by a composite foraging strategy operating over a time… CONTINUE READING
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