Since September 1998 He Joined the Medical Data Analysis Project Medan at the * the Role of Feedback Connections in Task-driven Visual Search

Abstract

Studies of attention suggest a model in which attention emerges from a parallel, distributed competition. Within that framework, this contribution tries to explain the findings of the experiment by CHELAZZI ET AL. [1] by taking into account feedback from successive stages. It is shown that the developed model can qualitatively obtain the same results as measured in the experiment. Furthermore, the model shows promising similarities to human reaction times in visual search tasks.

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@inproceedings{Hamker2007SinceS1, title={Since September 1998 He Joined the Medical Data Analysis Project Medan at the * the Role of Feedback Connections in Task-driven Visual Search}, author={Fred Henrik Hamker}, year={2007} }