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Causal saliency effects during natural vision
Proceedings of the 2006 symposium on Eye tracking research & applications - ETRA '06
Salient stimuli, such as color or motion contrasts, attract human attention, thus providing a fast heuristic for focusing limited neural resources on behaviorally relevant sensory inputs. Here we address the following questions: What types of saliency attract attention and how do they compare to each other during natural vision? We asked human participants to inspect scene-shuffled video clips, tracked their instantaneous eye-position, and quantified how well a battery of computational saliencydoi:10.1145/1117309.1117313 dblp:conf/etra/CarmiI06 fatcat:bukbrz7c6rdqpjctxci3s3dxki