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Effects of luminance contrast and its modifications on fixation behavior during free viewing of images from different categories
During viewing of natural scenes, do low-level features guide attention, and if so, does this depend on higher-level features? To answer these questions, we studied the image category dependence of lowlevel feature ...
Developmental changes in natural viewing behavior bottom-up and top-down differences between children, young adults
(Frontiers Media S.A., 2010)
Despite the growing interest in fixation selection under natural conditions, there is a major gap in the literature concerning its developmental aspects. Early in life, bottom-up processes, such as local image feature – ...
Evaluation of a surgical interface for robotic cryoablation task using an eye-tracking system
Computer-assisted navigation systems coupled with surgical interfaces (SIs) are providing doctors with tools that are safer for patients compared to traditional methods. Usability analysis of the SIs that guides their ...
Real and implied motion at the center of gaze
(Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2014)
Even though the dynamicity of our environment is a given, much of what we know on fixation selection comes from studies of static scene viewing. We performed a direct comparison of fixation selection on static and dynamic ...
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