New methods for removing saccades in analysis of smooth pursuit eye movement

@article{Ebisawa2004NewMF,
  title={New methods for removing saccades in analysis of smooth pursuit eye movement},
  author={Yoshinobu Ebisawa and Haruyuki Minamitani and Yasutaka Mori and Moriichiro Takase},
  journal={Biological Cybernetics},
  year={2004},
  volume={60},
  pages={111-119}
}
New computation methods for removing saccades in analysis of smooth pursuit eye movement characteristics were developed. They have removed saccades more completely than previous methods, and were very effective especially for noisy data recorded by the EOG method. The fully developed method was applicable to eye movement data in tracking of pseudo-random target movement as well as deterministic target movement. Furthermore, the methods were also useful for extracting the number and magnitudes… 
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