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The Effects of Event Knowledge and Semantics in the Guidance of Fixations on Scenes

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A person viewing a real-world event typically accesses two sources of non-visual information about it: knowledge of the preceding events and a general knowledge about the objects commonly found in a given environment. We investigated how these two types of knowledge jointly guide human gaze.
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hal-03766568 , version 1 (01-09-2022)

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Sophie Heer, Marek Pedziwiatr, Peter Bex, Antoine Coutrot, Isabelle Mareschal. The Effects of Event Knowledge and Semantics in the Guidance of Fixations on Scenes. European Conference on Visual Perception, Aug 2022, Nijmegen, Netherlands. . ⟨hal-03766568⟩
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