Volume 100, Numbers 1-2, October-November 2005 Special Issue on Attention and Performance in Computer Vision
- Special issue: Attention and performance in computer vision.
- John K. Tsotsos, Yueju Liu, Julio C. Martinez-Trujillo, Marc Pomplun, Evgueni Simine, Kunhao Zhou:
Attending to visual motion.
- Dirk Walther, Ueli Rutishauser, Christof Koch, Pietro Perona:
Selective visual attention enables learning and recognition of multiple objects in cluttered scenes.
- Fred Henrik Hamker:
The emergence of attention by population-based inference and its role in distributed processing and cognitive control of vision.
- Timothée Jost, Nabil Ouerhani, Roman von Wartburg, René Müri, Heinz Hügli:
Assessing the contribution of color in visual attention.
- Simone Frintrop, Erich Rome, Andreas Nüchter, Hartmut Surmann:
A Bimodal Laser-Based Attention System.
- Bruce A. Draper, Albert Lionelle:
Evaluation of selective attention under similarity transformations.
- Dietmar Heinke, Glyn W. Humphreys:
Selective Attention for Identification Model: Simulating visual neglect.
- Nuria Oliver, Eric Horvitz:
Selective perception policies for guiding sensing and computation in multimodal systems: A comparative analysis.
- Volkan Isler, Sanjeev Khanna, John R. Spletzer, Camillo J. Taylor:
Target tracking with distributed sensors: The focus of attention problem.
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- Florin Cutzu, Riad I. Hammoud, Alex Leykin:
Distinguishing paintings from photographs.
- Jana Kosecká, Wei Zhang:
Extraction, matching, and pose recovery based on dominant rectangular structures.
- Robin Strand, Gunilla Borgefors:
Distance transforms for three-dimensional grids with non-cubic voxels.
- Corina S. Drapaca, Valerie Cardenas, Colin Studholme:
Segmentation of tissue boundary evolution from brain MR image sequences using multi-phase level sets.
- Martin D. Levine, Jisnu Bhattacharyya:
Detecting and removing specularities in facial images.
- Damon L. Woodard, Patrick J. Flynn:
Finger surface as a biometric identifier.
- Haisong Gu, Yongmian Zhang, Qiang Ji:
Task oriented facial behavior recognition with selective sensing.
- Adrien Bartoli, Peter F. Sturm:
Structure-from-motion using lines: Representation, triangulation, and bundle adjustment.
- Qigang Gao, Yun Zhang, Alan Parslow:
The influence of perceptual grouping on motion detection.