VOCUS : a visual attention system for object detection and goal-directed search / Simone Frintrop.

By: Frintrop, Simone
Material type: TextTextSeries: SerienbezeichnungLecture notes in computer science: 3899.; Lecture notes in computer science: Publisher: Berlin : Springer-Verlag, ©2006Description: 1 online resource (xii, 216 pages) : illustrations (some color)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783540327608; 3540327606; 3540327592; 9783540327592; 9786611404833; 661140483XOther title: Visual attention system for object detection and goal-directed searchSubject(s): Attention | Visual perception -- Data processing | Computer vision | Attention | Perception visuelle -- Informatique | Vision par ordinateur | COMPUTERS -- Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition | Visual perception -- Data processing | Computer vision | Attention | Informatique | Attention | Computer vision | Visual perception -- Data processing | Autonomer Roboter | Maschinelles Lernen | Maschinelles Sehen | Objekterkennung | Visuelle Aufmerksamkeit | Zielverfolgung | algoritmen | algorithms | computeranalyse | computer analysis | computergrafie | computer graphics | machine vision | beeldverwerking | image processing | computerwetenschappen | computer sciences | kunstmatige intelligentie | artificial intelligence | patroonherkenning | pattern recognition | Information and Communication Technology (General) | Informatie- en communicatietechnologie (algemeen)Genre/Form: Electronic book | Electronic books | Academic theses. | Academic theses. Additional physical formats: Print version:: VOCUS.DDC classification: 006.37 LOC classification: QP475 | .F75 2006Other classification: TP391. 4 | SS 4800 | ST 330 | 004 | 620 | DAT 815f Online resources: Click here to access online
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1 Introduction -- 2 Background on Visual Attention -- 3 State of the Art of Computational Attention Systems -- 4 The Visual Attention System VOCUS: Bottom-Up Part -- 5 The Visual Attention System VOCUS: Top-Down Extension -- 6 Sensor Fusion -- 7 Attentive Classification -- 8 Conclusion -- A Basics of Computer Vision -- B The Viola-Jones Classifier -- C Explanation of Color Figures.
Action note: digitized 2010 committed to preserveDissertation note: Ph. D. University of Bonn, Germany Summary: Object detection and recognition is a topic of significant interest in computer and robot vision. It is required in most applications of computational vision, for example, biometric systems, medical imaging, intelligent cars, factory automation, and image databases. One of the major challenges in designing object recognition systems is to construct methods that are fast and capable of operating on standard computer platforms. The more developed such systems become, the more urgent becomes the need for a pre-selection system that enables subsequent processing to focus only on relevant data. One mechanism to achieve this is visual attention: it selects regions in a visual scene that are most likely to contain objects of interest. The field of visual attention is currently the focus of much research for both biological and artificial systems. This monograph presents a complete computational system for visual attention and object detection: VOCUS (Visual Object detection with a CompUtational attention System) is a system capable of automatically selecting regions of interest in images and detecting specific objects. It represents a major step forward on integrating data-driven and model-driven information into a single framework. Additionally, the volume contains an extensive review of the literature on visual attention, detailed evaluations of VOCUS in different settings, and applications of the system in the context of object recognition and robotics.
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1 Introduction -- 2 Background on Visual Attention -- 3 State of the Art of Computational Attention Systems -- 4 The Visual Attention System VOCUS: Bottom-Up Part -- 5 The Visual Attention System VOCUS: Top-Down Extension -- 6 Sensor Fusion -- 7 Attentive Classification -- 8 Conclusion -- A Basics of Computer Vision -- B The Viola-Jones Classifier -- C Explanation of Color Figures.

Object detection and recognition is a topic of significant interest in computer and robot vision. It is required in most applications of computational vision, for example, biometric systems, medical imaging, intelligent cars, factory automation, and image databases. One of the major challenges in designing object recognition systems is to construct methods that are fast and capable of operating on standard computer platforms. The more developed such systems become, the more urgent becomes the need for a pre-selection system that enables subsequent processing to focus only on relevant data. One mechanism to achieve this is visual attention: it selects regions in a visual scene that are most likely to contain objects of interest. The field of visual attention is currently the focus of much research for both biological and artificial systems. This monograph presents a complete computational system for visual attention and object detection: VOCUS (Visual Object detection with a CompUtational attention System) is a system capable of automatically selecting regions of interest in images and detecting specific objects. It represents a major step forward on integrating data-driven and model-driven information into a single framework. Additionally, the volume contains an extensive review of the literature on visual attention, detailed evaluations of VOCUS in different settings, and applications of the system in the context of object recognition and robotics.

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