Where to Look Next? Combining Static and Dynamic Proto-objects in a TVA-based Model of Visual Attention

@article{Wischnewski2010WhereTL,
  title={Where to Look Next? Combining Static and Dynamic Proto-objects in a TVA-based Model of Visual Attention},
  author={Marco Wischnewski and Anna Belardinelli and Werner X. Schneider and Jochen J. Steil},
  journal={Cognitive Computation},
  year={2010},
  volume={2},
  pages={326-343}
}
To decide “Where to look next ?” is a central function of the attention system of humans, animals and robots. Control of attention depends on three factors, that is, low-level static and dynamic visual features of the environment (bottom-up), medium-level visual features of proto-objects and the task (top-down). We present a novel integrated computational model that includes all these factors in a coherent architecture based on findings and constraints from the primate visual system. The model… CONTINUE READING
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