VOCUS: A Visual Attention System for Object Detection and Goal-Directed Search

@inproceedings{Frintrop2006VOCUSAV,
  title={VOCUS: A Visual Attention System for Object Detection and Goal-Directed Search},
  author={Simone Frintrop},
  booktitle={Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  year={2006}
}
Visual attention is a mechanism in human perception, which selects relevant regions from a scene and provides these regions for higher-level processing as object recognition. This enables humans to act effectively in their environment despite the complexity of perceivable sensor data. Computational vision systems face the same problem as humans: there is a large amount of available information that has to be processed and if an efficient processing shall be achieved, maybe even real-time… CONTINUE READING
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