Supersaliency: A Novel Pipeline for Predicting Smooth Pursuit-Based Attention Improves Generalizability of Video Saliency

26 Jan 2018Mikhail StartsevMichael Dorr

Predicting attention is a popular topic at the intersection of human and computer vision. However, even though most of the available video saliency data sets and models claim to target human observers' fixations, they fail to differentiate them from smooth pursuit (SP), a major eye movement type that is unique to perception of dynamic scenes... (read more)

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