Parametrization of saccade trajectories. (English. Russian original) Zbl 1405.92047

Mosc. Univ. Mech. Bull. 73, No. 4, 97-100 (2018); translation from Vestn. Mosk. Univ., Ser. I 73, No. 4, 68-71 (2018).
Summary: The problem of description and classification of rapid eye movements called saccades is considered. It is well known that the saccades are of various types. A classification of saccades is proposed according to the presence and types of pre-saccadic and post-saccadic movements. An algorithm is developed to determine the parameters that can be used to formally assign the saccade to one of the given types.


92C20 Neural biology
92C30 Physiology (general)
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