Salient Region Detection by UFO: Uniqueness, Focusness and Objectness

@article{Jiang2013SalientRD,
  title={Salient Region Detection by UFO: Uniqueness, Focusness and Objectness},
  author={Peng Jiang and Haibin Ling and Jingyi Yu and Jingliang Peng},
  journal={2013 IEEE International Conference on Computer Vision},
  year={2013},
  pages={1976-1983}
}
The goal of saliency detection is to locate important pixels or regions in an image which attract humans' visual attention the most. This is a fundamental task whose output may serve as the basis for further computer vision tasks like segmentation, resizing, tracking and so forth. In this paper we propose a novel salient region detection algorithm by integrating three important visual cues namely uniqueness, focus ness and objectness (UFO). In particular, uniqueness captures the appearance… CONTINUE READING

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