On the relative complexity of active vs. passive visual search

@article{Tsotsos1992OnTR,
  title={On the relative complexity of active vs. passive visual search},
  author={John K. Tsotsos},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Vision},
  year={1992},
  volume={7},
  pages={127-141}
}
Here, this author attempts to tie the concept of active perception to attentive processing in general and to the complexity level analysis of visual search described previously; the aspects of active vision as they have been currently described form a subset of the full spectrum of attentional capabilities. Our approach is motivated by the search requirements of vision tasks and thus we cast the problem as one of search preceding the application of methods for shape-from-X, optical flow, etc… CONTINUE READING
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