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Proceedings of the Fifth International School on Neural Networks "E.R. Caianiello" on Visual Attention MechaProceedings of the Fifth International School on Neural Networks "E.R. Caianiello" on Visual Attention Mechanisms, held 23-28 October 2000 in Vietri sul Mare, Italy.nisms, held 23-28 October 2000 in Vietri sul Mare, Italy.

The book covers a number of broad themes relevant to visual attention, ranging from computer vision to psychology and physiology of vision. The main theme of the book is the attention processes of vision systems and it aims to point out the analogies and the divergences of biological vision with the frameworks introduced by computer scientists in artificial vision.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780306474279
  • Publisher: Springer US
  • Publication date: 1/28/2003
  • Edition description: 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 283
  • Product dimensions: 6.70 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.98 (d)

Table of Contents

Foundations
Visual Attention and the Parallel Visual Pathways 1
Early Vision and Soft Computing 7
Psychophysical Measurement of Attentional Modulation in Low-Level Vision Using the Lateral-Interactions Paradigm 25
Long-map Analysis 41
Visual Attention Mechanisms in Motion Analysis 53
Bottom-up and Top-Down Mechanisms 61
Pop-Out Theory: Segmentation Without Classification by the Primary Visual Cortex 69
Model-Based Attention Fixation using Log-Polar Images 79
Temporally Faithful Representations of Salient Stimulus Movement Patterns in the Early Visual System 93
Attentional Engagements
Fuzzy Engagements Mechanisms 101
Saliency and Figure-Ground Effects 115
Stimulus-Driven and Goal-Directed Attentional Control 125
Eye Movement Analysis During Visual Exploration of Graphical Interfaces 135
Visual Search
Neural Mechanisms of Attentional Control 145
Symmetry in Computer Vision 155
Spatial Size Limits in Stereoscopic Vision 171
Multiresolution and Planning
The Complexity of Visual Search Tasks 185
Short-Term and Long-Term Effects of Selective Visuo-Spatial Attention on Visual Field Defects in Patients with Cerebral Lesions 195
On Designing Moire Patterns 205
Connectionist Models of Attentional Processing 219
Attentional Visual Architectures
Neurobiological Models of Visual Attention 229
The Selective Tuning Model for Visual Attention 239
Multiresolution and Associative Representation of Objects 251
Attentional Pyramidal Neural Mechanisms 267
Index 281
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