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Visual Congruent Ads for Image Search [article]

Yannis Kalantidis, Ayman Farahat, Lyndon Kennedy, Ricardo Baeza-Yates, David A. Shamma
2016 arXiv   pre-print
We propose a new system for selecting and displaying visual advertisements in image search result sets.  ...  Our method compares the visual similarity of candidate ads to the image search results and selects the most visually similar ad to be displayed.  ...  We propose the use of visual similarity between ad images and image search results and present a simple, automated way of selecting visually congruent native ads.  ... 
arXiv:1604.06481v1 fatcat:w6pv3kqf25dz3nn7m3w4akrwp4

Online Advertising Suppresses Visual Competition during Planned Purchases

Ralf van der Lans, Rik Pieters, Michel Wedel, Vicki G Morwitz, J Jeffrey Inman, Olivier Toubia
2021 Journal of Consumer Research  
Third, three eye-tracking and two search-time experiments reveal that online ads with an image of the target product improved search speed by about 25%, for websites without a systematic visual organization  ...  First, a survey shows that searching for products on a shopping website after having clicked on an online ad is a common experience.  ...  rates differ for ads with or without product images.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jcr/ucab017 fatcat:knwtcowprjab7kccqjxgeap3je

How the forest interacts with the trees: Multiscale shape integration explains global and local processing

Georgin Jacob, S P Arun
2020 Journal of Vision  
Finally, the dissimilarity and distinctiveness factors estimated from the same-different task were systematically related to the search dissimilarities observed during visual search.  ...  In Experiment 2, we show that these phenomena can also be observed in a visual search task where participant did not have to make any categorical shape judgments.  ...  We accordingly calculated a measure of global distinctiveness in visual search as follows: for each image, we calculated its average dissimilarity (1/RT in visual search) to all other images with the same  ... 
doi:10.1167/jov.20.10.20 pmid:33107916 pmcid:PMC7594584 fatcat:s7dwvx6jtvetnawsudxr3wbvqq

Olfaction spontaneously highlights visual saliency map

K. Chen, B. Zhou, S. Chen, S. He, W. Zhou
2013 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
facilitates visual search of that image without the mediation of visual imagery.  ...  By introducing smells to two well-established attentional paradigms, the dot-probe and the visual-search paradigms, we find that a smell reflexively directs attention to the congruent visual image and  ...  (iv) Visual-search task Experiments 5 and 6 adopted a visual-search task.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rspb.2013.1729 pmid:23945694 pmcid:PMC3757990 fatcat:dkrij2q7bjc3hf7v2iha2ao7ui

Misaligned and Polarity-Reversed Faces Determine Face-specific Capacity Limits

Volker Thoma, Neil Ward, Jan W. de Fockert
2016 Frontiers in Psychology  
Two further experiments show that when targets and non-targets were faces (instead of names), however, distracter interference was eliminated under high load-adding non-target faces to the search array  ...  non-face stimuli, suggesting there are face-specific capacity limits in visual processing.  ...  The former studies have shown that when participants were asked to perform a visual search task looking for a famous face target in the center adding anonymous faces eliminated distracter interference  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2016.01470 pmid:27729889 pmcid:PMC5037134 fatcat:k4msrucusfc7xcpmk7wyr7ejya

Enhanced detection of gaze toward an object: Sociocognitive influences on visual search

Nayantara Ramamoorthy, Oliver Jamieson, Nahiyan Imaan, Kate Plaisted-Grant, Greg Davis
2020 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
To resolve this issue, we compared search for eyes gazing toward a prominent object versus gazing away, finding more efficient search for eyes 'gazing toward' the object.  ...  Visual search mechanisms appear to specify gazer-object relations, a computational building-block of theory of mind.  ...  We predicted that search would be more efficient for congruent gaze eyes (looking toward the prominent SoL image) than incongruent gaze ones (looking away from the SoL).  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-020-01841-5 pmid:33174087 fatcat:2rkaz4kcznd35mcuv3uvhmj3oq

The neural correlates of perceptual load induced attentional selection: An fMRI study

P. Wei, A.J. Szameitat, H.J. Müller, T. Schubert, X. Zhou
2013 Neuroscience  
Anterior cingulate cortex (ACC) was more activated for the incongruent than for the congruent trials.  ...  The search reaction times were longer when the central display was of high load than of low load, and were longer when the flanker was incongruent than congruent with the target.  ...  For example, a recent fMRI study found that ACC was more activated when participants searched for a target among heterogeneous, rather than homogeneous, distractors in visual search (Wei et al., 2009)  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.neuroscience.2013.07.025 pmid:23876324 fatcat:3szpwkwenbekboa6fzxlsrfo7a

Global scene layout modulates contextual learning in change detection

Markus Conci, Hermann J. Müller
2014 Frontiers in Psychology  
Change blindness was less severe for congruent than for incongruent displays, and this congruency benefit increased with the duration of the experiment.  ...  We suggest that relational properties within the hierarchy of a natural scene are governed, in particular, by global image analysis, reducing change blindness for local objects through scene learning.  ...  Display type had two levels: global-congruent and global-incongruent. For global-congruent displays, all items were arranged such that the image of the laid table had a prototypical layout.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00089 pmid:24575065 pmcid:PMC3918672 fatcat:bim4ach32nfrvirbxmfdcwp35m

Face-specific capacity limits under perceptual load do not depend on holistic processing

Volker Thoma
2014 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
This congruency effect is eliminated if the visual search is loaded with more than one face, unlike demonstrations of speeded classification using semantic information.  ...  Two experiments show that speeded categorisation of a famous face (such as a politician or pop star) is facilitated when it is congruent with a peripheral distracter face.  ...  Acknowledgements: I thank two anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments, and Dr. Rob Jenkins for help with the original stimuli.  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-014-0633-2 pmid:24793680 fatcat:kwrh2czvuze7nkxykaz5z3q7n4

Depth in convolutional neural networks solves scene segmentation [article]

Noor Seijdel, Nikos Tsakmakidis, Edward HF de Haan, Sander M Bohte, H.Steven Scholte
2019 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
of the image.  ...  This performance suggests that the analysis of a loose collection of image features could support the recognition of natural object categories, without dedicated systems to solve specific visual subtasks  ...  for discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1101/2019.12.16.877753 fatcat:4ngg7apfenhirazfp56myqe3uy

Depth in convolutional neural networks solves scene segmentation

Noor Seijdel, Nikos Tsakmakidis, Edward H. F. de Haan, Sander M. Bohte, H. Steven Scholte, Leyla Isik
2020 PLoS Computational Biology  
of the image.  ...  This performance suggests that the analysis of a loose collection of image features could support the recognition of natural object categories, without dedicated systems to solve specific visual subtasks  ...  for discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pcbi.1008022 pmid:32706770 fatcat:4w5sjfzd3rgb3ezyhaoodvchq4

Learned face–voice pairings facilitate visual search

L. Jacob Zweig, Satoru Suzuki, Marcia Grabowecky
2014 Psychonomic Bulletin & Review  
Only the congruent-learned voice speeded visual search for the associated face.  ...  During search for a face in a crowd, voices often accompany visual information and they facilitate localization of the sought individual.  ...  Experiment 3: Congruent voices facilitate visual search compared to visual search for faces with no auditory cue Method Participants-A new group of 15 undergraduate students at Northwestern University  ... 
doi:10.3758/s13423-014-0685-3 pmid:25023955 pmcid:PMC4295001 fatcat:thj4ioyw6fhelj344szwsv5txu

Effects of Perceptual and Contextual Enrichment on Visual Confrontation Naming in Adult Aging

Yvonne Rogalski, Jonathan E. Peelle, Jamie Reilly
2011 Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research  
Conclusions: Perceptual and contextual enrichment of sparse line drawings does not appear to facilitate visual confrontation naming in older adults, whereas younger adults do tend to show benefits of scene  ...  We would like to thank Bruce Crosson for his valuable input on earlier versions of this article.  ...  We would also like to thank members of the University of Florida Cognition and Language Lab for their help with stimuli design and preparation.  ... 
doi:10.1044/1092-4388(2011/10-0178) pmid:21498581 pmcid:PMC3594099 fatcat:u3xnqnnbznf75js55nkz7sfgw4

Single-trial multisensory memories affect later auditory and visual object discrimination

Antonia Thelen, Durk Talsma, Micah M. Murray
2015 Cognition  
Fourth, there was no evidence for correlation between effects of past multisensory experiences on visual and auditory processing, suggestive of largely independent object processing mechanisms between  ...  First, we demonstrate that visual object discrimination is affected by the context of prior multisensory encounters, replicating and extending previous findings by controlling for the probability of multisensory  ...  Pawel Matusz for comments and discussion during the revision of this manuscript. Financial support was provided by the Swiss National Science Foundation (grants 151771 to AT and 149982 to MMM).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2015.02.003 pmid:25743256 fatcat:4uinorn35vgkfadhzhsnykr4hi

Qualitative similarities and differences in visual object representations between brains and deep networks

Georgin Jacob, R. T. Pramod, Harish Katti, S. P. Arun
2021 Nature Communications  
AbstractDeep neural networks have revolutionized computer vision, and their object representations across layers match coarsely with visual cortical areas in the brain.  ...  Here, we recast well-known perceptual and neural phenomena in terms of distance comparisons, and ask whether they are present in feedforward deep neural networks trained for object recognition.  ...  visual search 31 .  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41467-021-22078-3 pmid:33767141 fatcat:iba4wgs5sfei3mhgmr4gq4x7k4
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