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5th international workshop on attention in cognitive systems
associated with icvs2008

12 May 2008,
Santorini, Greece
 
 

Program & History

   • Format of the workshop
   • Workshop History
   • Workshop Program
   • Review Statistics
   • Presentations

Format of the workshop (e.g., talks, posters, demos, invited speakers)

    * two invited speakers.
    * 13 oral presentations.
    * 9 posters.
    * podium discussion
    * one lunch and two coffee breaks.

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Workshop History and related Workshops:

WAPCV 2008 is a direct successor to WAPCV 2007 (http://dib.joanneum.at/wapcv2007), held at Hyderabad, India in association with IJCAI 2007, WAPCV 2005, WAPCV 2004 and WAPCV 2003.
The first workshop in this series, WAPCV 2003 (http://dib.joanneum.at/wapcv2003), was held in Graz, Austria, associated to the ICVS2003.

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Workshop Program

ICVS 2008 Program (incl. WAPCV 2008 schedule)

INVITED TALK 1

Learning to Attend: From Bottom-Up to Top-Down
Jochen Triesch
Download PDF - 2.23 MB

SESSION 1: SPATIOTEMPORAL SALIENCY

Motion Saliency Maps from Spatiotemporal Filtering
Anna Belardinelli, Fiora Pirri and Andrea Carbone
Download PDF - 0.6 MB

Spatiotemporal Saliency: Towards a Hierarchical Representation of Visual Saliency
Neil D. B. Bruce and John K. Tsotsos

SESSION 2: ATTENTION IN SCENE EXPLORATION

On the Optimality of Spatial Attention for Object Detection
Jonathan Harel, Christof Koch
Download PDF - 3.43 MB

A Novel Hierarchical Framework for Object-based Visual Attention
Rebeca Marfil, Antonio Bandera and Francisco Sandoval
Download PDF - 330 KB

Information-theoretic Decision Making for Exploration of Dynamic Scenes
Eric Sommerlade, Ian Reid
Download PDF - 4.27 MB

Enhancing Robustness of a Saliency-based Attention System for Driver Assistance
Thomas Michalke, Jannik Fritsch, Christian Goerick
Download PDF - 3.89 MB

Where Do We Grasp Objects? - An Experimental Verification of the Selective Attention for Action Model
Christoph Boehme, Dietmar Heinke
Download PDF - 2.72 MB

INVITED TALK 2

Brain Mechanisms of Attentional Control
Steve Yantis
Download PDF - 9.91 MB

SESSION 3: ATTENTIONAL NETWORKS

Model based analysis of fMRI-data: Applying the sSoTS framework to the neural basis of preview search.
Eirini Mavritsaki, Glyn Humphreys and Harriet Allen
Download PDF - 1.02 MB

Modelling the Efficiencies and Interactions of Attentional Networks
Fehmida Hussain, Sharon Wood
Download PDF - 521 KB

Understanding the Interactions of Bottom-up and Top-down Attention for the Development of a Humanoid Robot System
David Henderickx, Eric Soetens, and Kathleen Maetens
Download PDF - 2.14 MB

SESSION 4: CONTEXTUAL CUEING AND SALIENCY

The Time Course of Attentional Guidance in Contextual Cueing
Andrea Schankin, Anna Schubö
Download PDF - 411 KB

Conspicuity and Congruity in Change Detection
G. Underwood, E. Templeman, J. Underwood

Probabilistic Combination of Visual Context Based Attention and Object Detection
Roland Perko, Christian Wojek, Bernt Schiele, and Ales Leonardis
Download PDF - 1.39 MB

POSTER SESSION

Towards Standardized Metrics and Methods for Evaluation of Visual Attention Models
Muhammad Zaheer Aziz and Bärbel Mertsching

Decoding What People See from Where They Look: Predicting Visual Stimuli from Scanpaths
Moran Cerf, Jonathan Harel, Alex Huth, Wolfgang Einhäuser, Christof Koch

CHREST: A Computational Model of Human Attention
Peter Lane, Fernand Gobet and Richard Smith
Download PDF - 436 KB

The Jamf Attention Modelling Framework
Johannes Steger, Niklas Wilming, Felix Wolfsteller, Nicolas Höning and Peter König

Modeling Attention and Perceptual Grouping to Salient Objects
Thomas Geerinck, Hichem Sahli, Iris Vanhamel, Valentin Enescu
Download PDF - 722 KB

Comparing Learning Attention Control In Perceptual and Decision Space
Maryam S. Mirian, Majid Nili Ahmadabadi, Babak N. Araabi
Download PDF - 885 KB

A Novel Bottom-Up and Top-Down Attention Model
Matei Mancas
Download PDF - 1.56 MB

Towards a Characterization of the Oculomotor Behavior in a Drawing Task
Ruben Coen Cagli, Paolo Coraggio, Paolo Napoletano, Giuseppe Boccignone, Mario Ferraro

A Visual Novelty Detection Component for Virtual Agents
Christopher Peters and Didier Grandjean

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REVIEW STATISTICS

Submissions 34
Accepted (oral presentation) 13
Accepted (poster presentation) 9
Rejected 12
Acceptance rate ≈ 65%

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PRESENTATIONS

Regular oral presentations should be 20 minutes in total, i.e., approx. 15 minutes for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. Invited Talks will be 1 hour in total.

Requirements for poster presentation will be announced soon.

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