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A. Terry Bahill
A. Terry Bahill
Emertius Professor of Systems Engineering, University of Arizona
Verified email at sie.arizona.edu - Homepage
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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
14281975
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
4591975
Why can’t batters keep their eyes on the ball
AT Bahill, T Laritz
American scientist 72 (3), 249-253, 1984
4301984
Re-evaluating systems engineering concepts using systems thinking
AT Bahill, B Gissing
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and …, 1998
3511998
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
2761975
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
2381979
Engineering modeling and design
WL Chapman, AT Bahill, AW Wymore
CRC Press, 2018
2272018
Smooth pursuit eye movements in response to predictable target motions
AT Bahill, JD McDonald
Vision research 23 (12), 1573-1583, 1983
2241983
Requirements development, verification, and validation exhibited in famous failures
A Terry Bahill, SJ Henderson
Systems engineering 8 (1), 1-14, 2005
2152005
Keep your eye on the ball: curve balls, kunckleballs, and fallacies of baseball
RG Watts, T Bahill
(No Title), 2000
194*2000
A simple adaptive smith-predictor for controlling time-delay systems: A tutorial
A Bahill
IEEE Control systems magazine 3 (2), 16-22, 1983
1621983
Frequency limitations of the two-point central difference differentiation algorithm
AT Bahill, JS Kallman, JE Lieberman
Biological cybernetics 45 (1), 1-4, 1982
1621982
Linear systems theory
F Szidarovszky
Routledge, 2018
1602018
Sensitivity analysis, a powerful system validation technique
ED Smith, F Szidarovszky, WJ Karnavas, AT Bahill
The Open Cybernetics & Systemics Journal 2 (1), 2008
1442008
Quantitative methods for tradeoff analyses
J Daniels, PW Werner, AT Bahill
Systems Engineering 4 (3), 190-212, 2001
1362001
Bioengineering: biomedical, medical, and clinical engineering
T Bahill
(No Title), 1981
1341981
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
1301975
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
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