Panel Summary Allocation of Attention in Vision
The phenomenon of attention in human vision is a biological solution to the problems of complexity and overabundance of data. Attention is related to such concepts as spatial resolution, multi-resolution representations, and active vision. Attention is also meaningful in cognition and is associated with the idea of consciousness. This panel consisted of short presentations followed by a general discussion.
KeywordsVisual Attention Panel Summary Stimulus Occurrence Heuristic Evaluation Function Ipsilateral Inhibition
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