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The detection and segmentation of objects appearing in a natural scene, often referred to as Object Detection, has gained a lot of interest in the computer vision field. Although most existing object detectors aim to detect all the objects in a given scene, it is important to evaluate whether these methods are capable of detecting the salient objects in the scene when constraining the number of proposals that can be generated due to constraints on timing or computations during execution. Salient objects are objects that tend to be more fixated by human subjects. The detection of salient objects is important …
- Kotamraju, Sai Prajwal, Karam, Lina J, Yu, Hongbin, et al.
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Vision is the ability to see and interpret any visual stimulus. It is one of the most fundamental and complex tasks the brain performs. Its complexity can be understood from the fact that close to 50% of the human brain is dedicated to vision. The brain receives an overwhelming amount of sensory information from the retina – estimated at up to 100 Mbps per optic nerve. Parallel processing of the entire visual field in real time is likely impossible for even the most sophisticated brains due to the high computational complexity of the task . Yet, organisms can efficiently process …
- Gorthy, Sai Rama Srivatsava, Cao, Yu, Seo, Jae-sun, et al.
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