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WHAT DOES SALIENCY MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Salience or saliency may refer to: ▪ Salience, relative importance or prominence of a piece of a sign ▪ Salience, the state or quality of an item that stands out relative to neighboring items ▪ Salience, a construct in the CLIPS programming language...
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «SALIENCY» OVER TIME
The graph expresses the annual evolution of the frequency of use of the word «saliency» during the past 500 years. Its implementation is based on analysing how often the term «saliency» appears in digitalised printed sources in English between the year 1500 and the present day.
Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about saliency
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SALIENCY»
Discover the use of saliency in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to saliency and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
A Bayesian Framework for Saliency and a Probabilistic Model ...
Together these contributions made efforts toward a unified statistical model of visual attention that not only account for human behavior, but also allows practical implementation on complex images and videos.
Lingyun Zhang, 2007
A Discriminant Hypothesis for Visual Saliency: Computational ...
Overall, the excellent performance of discriminant saliency in both biological and computer vision evaluations justifies the plausibility of discriminant hypothesis as an explanation for human visual saliency.
Dashan Gao, 2008
Saliency-guided Graphics and Visualization
Taken together, the tools and techniques developed in this dissertation are likely to provide the building blocks for the next generation visual analysis, reasoning, and discovery environments.
Youngmin Kim, 2008
When Image Matters: The Saliency of Candidate Image in the ...
In this dissertation, I begin by providing a broad framework for understanding when image will matter which highlights the complexity of the relationship between image-dominant external sources and the criteria voters use to evaluate ...
Michael David Parkin, 2006
The Science and Art of Branding
ture tends to get selected and attended to more than other features that have less
saliency for the perceiver. Saliency could also be described as the process by
which something enters a person's consciousness. So what makes a brand stand
Giep Franzen, Sandra Moriarty, 2008
Computer Vision Systems: 6th International Conference on ...
The approaches for determining low-level saliency can be based on biological
models or purely computational ones. Some approaches consider saliency over
several scales while others operate on a single scale. In general, all methods use
Antonios Gasteratos, Markus Vincze, John K. Tsotsos, 2008
Neurobiology of Attention
273 speculate that spike timing is certainly the most appropriate carrier of
saliency information in the ventral visual stream. II. A “BEHAVIORAL”
DEFINITION OF VISUAL SALIENCY Defining visual saliency is a challenging
problem, since it is a ...
Laurent Itti, Geraint Rees, John K. Tsotsos, 2005
Encyclopedia of Multimedia
Motion saliency denotes the conspicuous state of an object in a video. It is based
on the detection of motion, which defines instantaneous speed vectors for each
object in a scene. We investigate the use of motion saliency for video analysis, ...
Borko Furht, 2008
The Influence of Reference-mark Density and Saliency on ...
Experiment 4 –Reference-mark saliency and object shape The fourth experiment
has the greatest level of external validity. Two objects were used, either a gray
triangular wedge measuring 16 x 75 pixels (to serve as the unfamiliar object) or ...
Rachelle Nitzanne Ornan, 2008
Saliency, Attention and Visual Search: An Information ...
This dissertation explores the concept of visual saliency as it pertains to attentional selection, visual search, and machine vision.
Neil D. B. Bruce, 2008
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «SALIENCY»
Find out what the national and international press are talking about and how the term saliency is used in the context of the following news items.
Calling All Happy Warriors
Arthur C. Brooks is worried about the future of the conservative movement. What worries him isn't the viability of its thought or the saliency of its policy proposals. «Wall Street Journal, Jul 15»
Prayag bags title sponsorship for India- Zimbabwe ODI series
The idea behind any sponsorship is to connect with our customers beyond our product offerings and drive our saliency amongst them." The brand has in the past ... «Hindu Business Line, Jul 15»
SCOTUS: Wrong From The Start?
Yet it doesn't have the saliency that's proportionate to its importance to people's lives." In The Case Against The Supreme Court, Chemerinsky also criticizes ... «Huffington Post, Jun 15»
Time for DA's 'black is beautiful' makeover
Underplaying the saliency of race in this country is an attempt to revise history in order to conceal the historical machinations that elevated whites to comfort, ... «Independent Online, May 15»
What is at stake with marijuana legalization
Clearly, Obama sees a hierarchy in the political agenda that isn't lining up with his younger voters. But should this issue be given more saliency? A lot at stake ... «The DePaulia Online, Apr 15»
How the Media Creates a 'Perception Gap' on Schools
As I received alarmed emails from friends and family during my travels, I realized that the media activates a saliency bias in its viewers. In most of the areas I ... «Education Week News, Apr 15»
How to get Smart Drugs?
Task Saliency is an important term here. Salience in cognitive science is how something stands out from other things, such as the task you need to perform. «mySanAntonio.com, Feb 15»
The 'War on Women' Isn't Over Yet
The saliency of women's issues in 2016 will matter not just to Senate races but to the presidential election, where the likely presence of the first woman ever ... «National Journal, Jan 15»
Fear of terror may lead to job burnout over time
"Terror brings the saliency of death into our awareness," said Dr. Toker. "One tends not to be reminded of death on a daily basis, but terrorism every day drives ... «Phys.Org, Jan 15»
Announcing the National Black Women's Reproductive Justice …
... may have temporary political saliency, but they ignore the historical oppression of Black women's lives when it comes to controlling our reproductive health. «RH Reality Check, Oct 14»
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