Web: http://arxiv.org/abs/2207.04250

Sept. 19, 2022, 1:14 a.m. | Florian Kadner, Tobias Thomas, David Hoppe, Constantin A. Rothkopf

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The human prioritization of image regions can be modeled in a time invariant
fashion with saliency maps or sequentially with scanpath models. However, while
both types of models have steadily improved on several benchmarks and datasets,
there is still a considerable gap in predicting human gaze. Here, we leverage
two recent developments to reduce this gap: theoretical analyses establishing a
principled framework for predicting the next gaze target and the empirical
measurement of the human cost for gaze switches independently …

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