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Neurobiology of Attention
This article describes a model for including scene/context priors in attention guidance. In the proposed scheme, visual context information can be available early in the visual processing chain, in order to modulate the saliency of image regions and to provide an efficient shortcut for object detection and recognition. The scene is represented by means of a low-dimensional global description obtained from low-level features. The global scene features are then used to predict the probability ofdoi:10.1016/b978-012375731-9/50100-2 fatcat:aniylfinbvdp3ekxl7nbua44j4