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According to the literature regarding visual saliency, observers may exhibit considerable variations in their gaze behaviors. These variations are influenced by aspects such as cultural background, age or prior experiences, but also by features in the observed images. The dispersion between the gaze of different observers looking at the same image is commonly referred as inter-observer congruency (IOC). Predicting this congruence can be of great interest when it comes to study the visualdoi:10.1109/icip.2019.8803596 dblp:conf/icip/BruckertLCM19 fatcat:3gz3z3l7wfhabinzrg42snwpxm