Modeling Dynamic Perceptual Attention in Complex Virtual Environments (bibtex)
by Kim, Youngjun, van Velson, Martin and Hill, Randall W.
Abstract:
An important characteristic of a virtual human is the ability to direct its perceptual attention to entities and areas in a virtual environment in a manner that appears believable and serves a functional purpose. In this paper, we describe a perceptual attention model that integrates perceptual attention that mediates top-down and bottom-up attention processes of virtual humans within complex virtual environments.
Reference:
Modeling Dynamic Perceptual Attention in Complex Virtual Environments (Kim, Youngjun, van Velson, Martin and Hill, Randall W.), In Conference on Behavior Representation in Modeling and Simulation (BRIMS), 2005.
Bibtex Entry:
@inproceedings{kim_modeling_2005,
	address = {Universal City, CA},
	title = {Modeling {Dynamic} {Perceptual} {Attention} in {Complex} {Virtual} {Environments}},
	url = {http://ict.usc.edu/pubs/Modeling%20Dynamic%20Perceptual%20Attention%20in%20Complex%20Virtual%20Environments.pdf},
	abstract = {An important characteristic of a virtual human is the ability to direct its perceptual attention to entities and areas in a virtual environment in a manner that appears believable and serves a functional purpose. In this paper, we describe a perceptual attention model that integrates perceptual attention that mediates top-down and bottom-up attention processes of virtual humans within complex virtual environments.},
	booktitle = {Conference on {Behavior} {Representation} in {Modeling} and {Simulation} ({BRIMS})},
	author = {Kim, Youngjun and van Velson, Martin and Hill, Randall W.},
	month = may,
	year = {2005}
}
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