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A. Terry Bahill
A. Terry Bahill
Emertius Professor of Systems Engineering, University of Arizona
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The main sequence, a tool for studying human eye movements
AT Bahill, MR Clark, L Stark
Mathematical biosciences 24 (3-4), 191-204, 1975
14521975
Most naturally occurring human saccades have magnitudes of 15 degrees or less.
AT Bahill, D Adler, L Stark
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science 14 (6), 468-469, 1975
4651975
Why can’t batters keep their eyes on the ball
AT Bahill, T LaRitz
American scientist 72 (3), 249-253, 1984
4361984
Re-evaluating systems engineering concepts using systems thinking
AT Bahill, B Gissing
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and …, 1998
3561998
Variability and development of a normative data base for saccadic eye movements.
AT Bahill, A Brockenbrough, BT Troost
Investigative ophthalmology & visual science 21 (1), 116-125, 1981
3111981
Dynamic overshoot in saccadic eye movements is caused by neurological control signal reversals
AT Bahill, MR Clark, L Stark
Experimental neurology 48 (1), 107-122, 1975
2801975
Overlapping saccades and glissades are produced by fatigue in the saccadic eye movement system
AT Bahill, L Stark
Experimental neurology 48 (1), 95-106, 1975
2481975
The trajectories of saccadic eye movements
AT Bahill, L Stark
Scientific American 240 (1), 108-117, 1979
2321979
Smooth pursuit eye movements in response to predictable target motions
AT Bahill, JD McDonald
Vision research 23 (12), 1573-1583, 1983
2301983
Engineering modeling and design
WL Chapman, AT Bahill, AW Wymore
CRC Press, 2018
2282018
Requirements development, verification, and validation exhibited in famous failures
A Terry Bahill, SJ Henderson
Systems engineering 8 (1), 1-14, 2005
2172005
Keep your eye on the ball: curve balls, kunckleballs, and fallacies of baseball
RG Watts, T Bahill
(No Title), 2000
200*2000
Linear systems theory
F Szidarovszky
Routledge, 2018
1662018
A simple adaptive smith-predictor for controlling time-delay systems: A tutorial
A Bahill
IEEE Control systems magazine 3 (2), 16-22, 1983
1661983
Frequency limitations of the two-point central difference differentiation algorithm
AT Bahill, JS Kallman, JE Lieberman
Biological cybernetics 45 (1), 1-4, 1982
1601982
Sensitivity analysis, a powerful system validation technique
ED Smith, F Szidarovszky, WJ Karnavas, AT Bahill
The Open Cybernetics & Systemics Journal 2 (1), 2008
1562008
Bioengineering: biomedical, medical, and clinical engineering
T Bahill
(No Title), 1981
1381981
Quantitative methods for tradeoff analyses
J Daniels, PW Werner, AT Bahill
Systems Engineering 4 (3), 190-212, 2001
1372001
Frequency limitations and optimal step size for the two-point central difference derivative algorithm with applications to human eye movement data
AT Bahill, JD McDONALD
IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 191-194, 1983
1271983
Glissades—eye movements generated by mismatched components of the saccadic motoneuronal control signal
AT Bahill, MR Clark, L Stark
Mathematical Biosciences 26 (3-4), 303-318, 1975
1271975
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