Attention (disambiguation)

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Attention is the mental process involved in attending to other objects.

Attention may also refer to:

In psychology and neuroscience[edit]

In computing[edit]

  • Attention management, the practise of using automation and user interface techniques to provide greater context and control supporting people in being more attention effective (better at allocating their cognitive resource in short or long term).
  • Secure attention key, a key combination entered before a login screen is presented
  • Principles of attention stress, a user interface design theory
  • Attention Profiling Mark-up Language, an XML-based format for capturing a person's interests and dislikes.
  • The Attention mechanism maps input steps to output steps in a sequence-to-sequence RNN.

In economy and management[edit]

  • Attention economy, an approach to the management of information that treats human attention as a scarce commodity. It is also linked with the concept of long term attention.
  • Attention (advertising), the measure of an advertisement's ability to win the audience's attention
  • Social attention. Level of attention that people dedicate to interacting with other. (this concept is linked with Attention economy)

Film, TV and arts[edit]




In other uses[edit]