Extension of GBVS to 3D media. Zdziarski, Z. & Dahyot, R. In Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference (SIU), 2014 22nd, pages 2296-2300, April, 2014.
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Visual saliency has been studied extensively in the past decades through perceptual studies using eye tracking technologies and 2D displays. Visual saliency algorithms have been successfully developed to mimick the human ability to quickly spot informative local areas in images. This paper proposes to investigate the extension of visual saliency algorithms to media displayed in 3D. We show first that the Graph-Based Visual Saliency (GBVS) algorithm outperforms all the other common 2D algorithms as well as their 3D extensions. This paper then extends GBVS to 3D and shows that these new 3D GBVS based algorithms outperform other past algorithms.
@INPROCEEDINGS{Zdziarski:SIU:2014, 
author= {Zdziarski, Z. and Dahyot, R.},
 booktitle= {Signal Processing and Communications Applications Conference (SIU), 2014 22nd},
 title= {Extension of GBVS to 3D media},
 year= {2014}, month= {April}, pages= {2296-2300}, 
 keywords= {computer vision;object tracking;2D displays;3D media;GBVS algorithm;GBVS extension;eye tracking technologies;graph-based visual saliency algorithm;Algorithm design and analysis;Computational modeling;Conferences;Signal processing algorithms;Stereo image processing;Three-dimensional displays;Visualization;3D media;Visual saliency}, 
 abstract={Visual saliency has been studied extensively in the past decades through perceptual studies using eye tracking technologies
 and 2D displays. Visual saliency algorithms have been successfully developed to mimick the human ability to quickly spot informative local areas in images. 
 This paper proposes to investigate the extension of visual saliency algorithms to media displayed in 3D. We show first that the Graph-Based Visual 
 Saliency (GBVS) algorithm outperforms all the other common 2D algorithms as well as their 3D extensions.
 This paper then extends GBVS to 3D and shows that these new 3D GBVS based algorithms outperform other past algorithms.},
 doi= {10.1109/SIU.2014.6830723}}

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