Visual Attention Mechanisms in Motion Analysis

  • Vito Roberto


Attention mechanisms are ubiquitous in machine vision: they underlie the multiple control layers of a system, providing a wide range of strategies, algorithms and heuristics to solve real-world problems.


Root Mean Square Machine Vision Attention Mechanism Active Vision Interest Operator 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Vito Roberto
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  1. 1.Machine Vision LaboratoryUniversity of UdineItaly

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