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saliency vs. sensitivity: proper definition and distinction

My understanding (to be critisized potentially) In general, what I understand from saliency and sensitivity in a classification problem is: Sensitivity means how sensitive is the predicted class to ...
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What would be a good cost function based on both saliency-maps and labels?

I have a number of input samples where: every input sample has both a label and a reference-map. This reference-map gives a score to each location of an input sample. The score defines how much this ...
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What exactly do gradient-based saliency map tell us?

As far as I understand, gradients are supposed to tell us 1) the magnitude and 2) direction, to update a parameter such as to minimize the loss function. Regarding saliency maps, which use gradients ...
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In this paper, how does scaling the filter instead of the image generate saliency maps of the same size and resolution as the input image?

In this paper, in section 3.1, the authors state Scaling the filter instead of the image allows the generation of saliency maps of the same size and resolution as the input image. How is this ...
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In this paper, if region $R_{2}$ moves in a sliding window manner, won't the saliency map have a smaller size than the original image?

In the paper Salient Region Detection and Segmentation, I have a question pertaining to section 3 on the convolution-like operation being performed. I had already asked a few questions about the paper ...
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