Modeling visual search of displays of many objects: The role of differential acuity and fixation memory

@inproceedings{Kieras2010ModelingVS,
  title={Modeling visual search of displays of many objects: The role of differential acuity and fixation memory},
  author={David E. Kieras},
  year={2010}
}
This paper describes a classic data set on visual search of 100-object displays that differ in size, shape, and color and presents a cognitive architecture model based on the active vision concept that accounts for the effects using differential visual acuity and fixation memory provided by a persistent visual store. The results provide an approximate upper bound on the duration of fixation memory, and some approximate acuity functions for modeling visual search. 

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