Stentiford, FWM (2007) Attention based image cropping. In: (Proceedings) Workshop on Computational Attention and Applications. : Bielefeld.
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21-24 March 2007 Many images contain salient regions that are surrounded by too much uninteresting background material and are not as enlightening as a sensibly cropped version. The choice of the best picture window both at capture time and during subsequent processing is normally subjective and a wholly manual task. This paper proposes a method of automatically cropping visual material based upon a new measure of visual attention that reflects the informativeness of the image.
|Title:||Attention based image cropping|
|Event:||Workshop on Computational Attention and Applications|
|Dates:||2007-03-21 - 2007-03-24|
|Keywords:||visual attention, cropping, saliency|
|UCL classification:||UCL > School of BEAMS > Faculty of Engineering Science > Electronic and Electrical Engineering|
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