Neurally inspired mechanisms of the dynamic visual attention map generation task
Fernández Caballero, Antonio
López Bonal, María Teresa
Fernández Graciani, Miguel Ángel
Delgado García, Ana Esperanza
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A model for dynamic visual attention is briefly introduced in this paper. A PSM (problem-solving method) for a generic ?Dynamic Attention Map Generation? task to obtain a Dynamic Attention Map from a dynamic scene is proposed. Our approach enables tracking objects that keep attention in accordance with a set of characteristics defined by the observer. This paper mainly focuses on those subtasks of the model inspired in neuronal mechanisms, such as accumulative computation and lateral interaction. The subtasks which incorporate these biologically plausible capacities are called ?Working Memory Generation? and ?Thresholded Permanency Calculation?.