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Fig. 4 | BMC Systems Biology

Fig. 4

From: Optimisation of an exemplar oculomotor model using multi-objective genetic algorithms executed on a GPU-CPU combination

Fig. 4

Segments of the experimental nystagmus time series used for model fitting. From top to bottom, the nystagmus waveform types are: asymmetric pseudo-cycloid (a); jerk with extended foveation (b); jerk (c); and asymmetric pseudo-cycloid (d). The extracted UPOs used for evaluating fitness are shown in red. On each plot, the vertical axis represents the horizontal gaze angle in degrees (°), with positive values denoting rightward eye positions. Time is in seconds (s). In the bottom plot (d), the vertical lines correspond to blinks

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