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This article presents a theory of selective attention that is intended to account for the identification of a visual shape in a cluttered display. The selected area of attention is assumed to be controlled by a filter that operates on the location information in a display. The location information selected by the filter in turn determines the feature information that is to be identified. Changes in location of the selected area are assumed to be governed by a gradient of processing resources.doi:10.1037/0033-295x.96.1.101 fatcat:ec6mr6bq7rfttbh6jivzormzia