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High-level aspects of oculomotor control during viewing of natural-task images
Human Vision and Electronic Imaging VIII
Eye movements are an external manifestation of selective attention and can play an important role in indicating which attributes of a scene carry the most pertinent information. Models that predict gaze distribution often define a local conspicuity value that relies on low-level image features to indicate the perceived salience of an image region. While such bottom-up models have some success in predicting fixation densities in simple 2D images, success with natural scenes requires andoi:10.1117/12.477375 dblp:conf/hvei/CanosaPMP03 fatcat:vnpn6b2l5baavgc4h2u43cwnyi