Dynamics of eye movements under time varying stimuli

Verica Radisavljevic-Gajic


In this paper we study the pure-slow and pure-fast dynamics of the disparity convergence of the eye movements second-order linear dynamic mathematical model under time varying stimuli. Performing simulation of the isolated pure-slow and pure-fast dynamics, it has been observed that the pure-fast component corresponding to the eye angular velocity displays abrupt and very fast changes in a very broad range of values. The result obtained is specific for the considered second-order mathematical model that does not include any saturation elements nor time-delay elements. The importance of presented results is in their mathematical simplicity and exactness. More complex mathematical models can be built starting with the presented pure-slow and pure-fast first-order models by appropriately adding saturation and time-delay elements independently to the identified isolated pure-slow and pure-fast first-order models.


oculomotor model; ocular convergence; response dynamics; neural control.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.16910/jemr.11.1.6


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